Vonage names chief technology officer

Holmdel-based Vonage, a cloud communications company, has promoted Sagi Dudai to global chief technology officer, it announced Wednesday.

Dudai will be responsible for leading the company’s technology development and architecture and design.

“With his vast experience and ability to execute on the company’s vision to transform the way our customers do business, Sagi has been instrumental in driving the development of Vonage’s innovative portfolio of cloud-based products and services,” said Vonage CEO Alan Masarek. “A vital member of our software engineering team for the past six years, Sagi has a proven track record for working collaboratively with all areas of the business to identify, develop and implement new products, services and technology to produce better business outcomes for our customers.”

Dudai will be based in Vonage’s Tel Aviv office and lead its global engineering, network operations, network services, research and development, software development, software engineering and quality assurance teams.

Before being promoted CTO, he was senior vice president of software engineering at Vonage. Before Vonage, he held engineering leadership roles at various technology companies and startups, including Mercury Interactive and TelMap & fring.