CTI Group Selects Jim O'Hare to Lead American Business Development for its Telemanagement Product

Indianapolis, IN (PressExposure) March 22, 2009 -- CTI Group (Holdings), Inc. (OTCBB:CTIG), an international provider of electronic invoice processing and management (EIM), enterprise communications management software and services solutions, and carrier class voice over internet protocol (VoIP) management applications, announces the appointment of Jim O’Hare, a veteran CTI Group employee, to this key leadership position in its Telemanagement business unit.

Jim will be responsible for expanding CTI Group’s American base of channel partners and driving new growth in CTI Group’s Proteus Trader and Proteus Enterprise product groups.

“As a proven sales leader throughout his career, including the past three with CTI Group, Jim brings the creativity, energy and focus that our team and our channel partners need at this important time for our markets and in this economy. Jim’s commitment to excellence will help ensure that CTI Group’s track record of exceptional product performance, support and overall value is delivered to a much wider audience.” Bill Miller, Chief Operations Officer, CTI Group, Inc.

About CTI Group CTI Group (Holdings) Inc. is an international provider of electronic invoice management, VoIP and mobile telephony applications. CTI Group’s product suites offer a full array of solutions from call recording and call accounting to e-billing and analytics. CTI Group’s products are used by some of the top service providers and major corporations in North America and Europe. Headquartered in Indianapolis, CTI Group maintains an overseas office in London and another in Blackburn. For more information, please visit CTI Group’s website at http://www.ctigroup.com.

About CTI Group (Holdings) Inc.

Shelley Veazie
CTI Group (Holdings) Inc.
1-317-262-2223
sveazie@ctigroup.com
http://www.ctigroup.com/

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Press Release Submitted On: March 20, 2009 at 4:23 am
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