Overland Storage has expanded its management team as part of its ongoing efforts to return to profitability.
Over the past year, Overland's turnaround strategy has included the introduction of a number of new products and partner engagement initiatives.
The vendor has now appointed former 2Wire boss Martin Lynch as vice president of operations, who it expects to play a key role in getting the company finances back in the black.
Eric Kelly, chief executive of Overland, said: "Martin will be a great asset as we continue to pursue not only aggressive operating efficiencies, but as we develop a product roadmap that delivers continued value for our customers."
In his new role, Lynch will be responsible for overseeing the company's worldwide business operations, as well as introducing new products.
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