Some cloud networking providers are expanding and refocusing their operations in order to spur business growth and enhance the client experience.
GTT Communications, Inc. recently announced the creation of three new divisions including Enterprise, Carrier and EMEA. Each division will be responsible for primary client experience functions including quoting, sales, ordering, service delivery and collections. The company has also appointed three division presidents to oversee operations.
Eric Warren will lead GTT’s Enterprise division, including all enterprise clients in the Americas and U.S government clients. Mr. Warren recently joined GTT after having senior executive roles at TW Telecom and Windstream.
Jeff Beer will oversee the Carrier division, including all carrier accounts in the Americas as well as GTT’s largest Web-centric clients. Mr. Beer has held multiple executive roles at GTT over the last eight years, since joining the company through the acquisition of Tinet.
The EMEA division, as well as all enterprise clients in EMEA and carrier clients in EMEA and APAC will be led by Martin Ford. Mr. Ford joined GTT’s leadership team with the acquisition of Hibernia Networks after an extended tenure with Level 3.
“Former GTT chief revenue officer, Layne Levine, has left the company to pursue other opportunities. We appreciate his outstanding work over the past five years and wish him the best in the future,” stated Rick Calder, GTT president and CEO. “Moving forward, we are excited to announce our three divisions and their outstanding leaders. We are demonstrating our commitment to providing a differentiated client experience built around the unique attributes of our core values — simplicity, speed, and agility — that define each client interaction.”
GTT provides a better way for multinationals to reach the cloud with its suite of cloud networking services, including Internet, wide area networking, managed services and voice services. GTT’s Tier 1 IP network, ranked in the top five worldwide, can connect clients to any location in the world and any application in the cloud.
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