KUDUCOM (formerly PBX-Change) has promoted Rebekah Nault to director of business development.
Nault started with the company in 2007 and spent 10 years as a service deployment coordinator, three years as an account manager and another three years as a business and community development liaison, according to a statement.
Nault has been heavily involved with the South Tampa Chamber of Commerce since 2015, where she was recognized as the South Tampa Chamber’s Member of the Year in 2020 and named to their Board of Directors in 2022. Nault also serves as an Honorary Commander for the 6th Air Refueling Wing, at MacDill Air Force Base, is a member of the STEM Committee for Girl Scouts of West Central Florida and is an active volunteer for Metropolitan Ministries and Feeding Tampa Bay.
PBX-Change, a Tampa-based telecommunications company, rebranded and changed its name to KUDUCOM this month.
With the founder’s, Ryan And Martine Yaldor, roots hailing from South Africa, stakeholders wanted to incorporate a meaningful icon when rebranding the 25-year-old communication-based business. KUDUCOM represents businesses and organizations where speed, agility and customer-centric care are important components of their Voice, Internet and Cloud-based services, a statement said.
“The Kudu is a large antelope, predominantly from South Africa, with a top speed of roughly 60 miles per hour. They have large radar-like ears and are highly alert and notoriously aware of their surroundings, making them a unique symbol to represent the vision and mission of KUDUCOM and the enriched services depending on speed, accuracy and the ability to listen carefully in any environment,” said Ryan Yaldor, in the statement.