Marcus Bonello and Tim Clarkson join MDSL in July

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MDSL, the leading provider of international Telecom Expense Management (TEM) and Market Data Management (MDM) solutions, today announced the expansion of its UK operations with the appointments of Tim Clarkson as New Business Development Manager with responsibility for driving TEM acquisition activity across EMEA and Marcus Bonello as TEM Practice Leader, responsible for developing the Managed Services operation within MDSL's TEM business.

Tim Clarkson comes to MDSL from InterCall Conferencing Ltd, where he was a business development manager supplying conferencing, collaboration and Unified Communications services to the Legal profession. Marcus Bonello joins from Belgacom, where he was a Billing and Revenue Assurance Expert. Both have extensive experience in billing and revenue assurance and bring impressive business development experience. Both start their new careers with MDSL in July 2011.

Ben Mendoza, CEO of MDSL, said: "I am delighted to welcome our two newest top-level recruits as MDSL carries out its promise to provide its customers with the best-qualified management team in the TEM and Managed Services arenas. Both Marcus and Tim will add considerable strength and experience to MDSL and its campaign to position TEM as the 'must have' international business development tool for all major organisations, and ensure that our Managed Services division continues helping our customers become more efficient. I look forward to working with them to develop both areas".
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