Indianapolis – Round Room, which operates more than 630 TCC wireless stores in 37 states, tapped wireless-industry veteran Omar Khan as its new president.
Round Room, formerly called Moorehead Communications, is a Verizon Premium Wireless Retailer, selling Verizon service exclusively.
Khan’s appointment follows other recent management changes, including the hiring of new COO Andre Tagliamonte and the creation of two new executive positions. They are chief revenue officer, filled by Erik Schlesselman, and chief administrative officer, filled by Jay Sichting.
They join CEO and former president Scott Moorehead, whose parents, Steve and Phyllis Moorehead. founded the chain and opened the first TCC location in 1991.
“The addition of Omar gives us a fresh outlook on all of our current business functions and brings TCC the skills necessary to move into the future with a more diversified approach,” said Moorehead.
Under Khan’s leadership, the company will further expand its service offerings, having already launched Redux service to repair liquid-damaged phones. ”As the company continues to grow, it will offer new services such as this one for its customers,” a spokesperson told TWICE.
Before joining TCC, Khan spent more than three years as co-CEO of NQ Mobile, a global provider of consumer and enterprise mobile Internet services. He previously was Citigroup’s managing director and global head of the Mobile Center of Excellence, leading the company’s mobile development efforts.
Before that, he held several senior roles at Samsung Mobile, including chief strategy officer and chief product and technology officer. Before joining Samsung, Khan spent eight years at Motorola and became VP of global supply chain and business operations for the mobile devices business.