Press Release: Scott Shelley Joins Decisive Communications as Corporate VP of Engineering

March 18, 2015 12:00 PM
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Frederick, MD - Decisive Communications Inc. recently announced the addition of Scott Shelley as Corporate Vice President of Engineering. Shelley is responsible for all engineering efforts including business development, special projects and assembling a team for the newly created engineering group at Frederick, Md.-based Decisive Communications.

Prior to joining Decisive Communications, Shelley served as Regional Vice President of Commercial Engineering for the East Coast at Time Warner Cable. In this position, he oversaw all aspects of commercial engineering including commercial fiber operations, commercial network engineering and operations, collocation facilities and cell tower backhaul for a territory that consisted of more than 100,000 commercial customers and 10,000 cell backhaul customers.

Shelley’s experience also includes 31 years as an Executive Vice President of Engineering for Hauser Communications, which during his tenure was purchased by Southwestern Bell and later by Comcast Cable Communications Inc. where Shelley was the Regional Vice President of Engineering & Advanced Services for the Beltway Region.

Shelley, originally from Topeka, Kan., graduated from Kansas University and has been a Virginia resident since 1985. In 2005, he was inducted into the Virginia Cable Hall of Fame.

About Decisive Communications:

Decisive Communications is a turn-key solution based organization providing a full suite of services in the telecommunications industry. Founded in the Mid-Atlantic region in 2004, Decisive Communications now provides services from New England to the Carolinas. Decisive Communications has earned a reputation for their exceptional customer care and knowledge of state-of-the-art technology. In addition to MSO clients such as Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Metrocast and Cox Communications, Decisive Communications also provides services for commercial retail companies and a number of state and federal government entities.

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