Great Falls, MT– The Board of Directors of Vision Net, Inc., a Montana-based telecommunications solution provider, today announced the company’s President & CEO, Corey Jensen is retiring. Jensen has been with the firm for 22 years, serving in numerous roles, including Operations Manager and Executive Vice President, before assuming the leadership role in 2017. Jensen’s last day will be July 29, 2022.
“It is with great pride and honor that I announce my retirement from Vision Net,” Jensen said, “I’ve been incredibly fortunate to spend so much of my professional life at Vision Net, surrounded by dedicated and passionate team members. I’m thankful for the many opportunities this company has afforded me and am proud of our many accomplishments. I’m confident that Vision Net will continue to be a leading force in the telecommunications space.”
During his tenure, Jensen bolstered operations to best meet a rapidly-evolving telecommunications industry while ensuring the firm continued as the region’s premier telecommunications solution provider. Specific accomplishments include: bringing fast, reliable internet connectivity to Montana communities, investing in more than 70 miles of fiber-optic network in the Helena and Billings markets, creating a new Business Development department and a more robust marketing team, and completing the acquisition of iConnect Montana, Vision Net’s first acquisition in its 27-year history. Jensen was also intimately involved in the formation of INDATEL Services, a telecommunications company based in Kansas City, Missouri. He served on its board of directors for eleven years, serving as Chairman of the board for seven years.
“On behalf of Vision Net’s Board of Directors, we thank Corey for his many years of dedicated service and leadership,” said Vision Net Board Chairman Jason Moothart. “Under his guidance, Vision Net is well-positioned in the marketplace and remains in a strong financial position. Corey’s dedication to the organization, its employees, and overall success will be greatly missed.”
Vision Net’s Board of Directors remains committed to finding a successor with shared corporate values to lead the company. During this transition, Gary Evans, Vision Net’s Operations Manager, will serve as interim CEO. Evans joined the company in 2002 where has had direct responsibility for Vision Net’s E911 service, MPLS/IP network, Data Center services, facilities, and NOC.
About Vision Net
For over 25 years, Vision Net has provided a full suite of B2B telecommunications solutions to financial services, healthcare, government, professional and educational clients, allowing them to innovate and expand in Montana and beyond. With offices in Great Falls, Billings, Missoula, and Helena, Vision Nets gives its clients the peace of mind to concentrate on their business by providing a secure, agile, and adaptable network built for their needs and budget. Vision Net is proud to be Montana’s largest independent network and proud to call Montana home.