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Verizon creates new Verizon Enterprise Solutions global unit

Thursday 15 December 2011 | 09:16 CET | News
Verizon has created a new global organisation, Verizon Enterprise Solutions, that will oversee all business, government and wholesale operations from across the company's wireless and wireline businesses. John Stratton, previously executive VP and COO of Verizon Wireless, will head the new unit. Verizon Enterprise Solutions will oversee all of Verizon's systems for business and government customers, including its portfolio of enterprise mobility, cloud and IT, strategic networking and advanced communications offerings, as well as specialized solutions for key industries such as health care, travel and transportation, retail, utilities and financial services, and IT consulting services. The unit will also include the company's full range of global wholesale offerings. "Enterprise and government customers are looking for complete solutions. By aligning our efforts, we will be uniquely positioned to meet business customer needs," Verizon president and CEO said Lowell McAdam said. Under Stratton, Bob Toohey will serve as COO, from his current position as president of Verizon Business. Mike Millegan, will continue to serve as global president - Wholesale. Ajay Waghray, currently chief information officer of Verizon Wireless, will serve as CIO and lead all IT initiatives. Kerry Bailey, currently group president of Verizon's Terremark IT solutions arm, will serve as the chief marketing officer.

Categories: General
Companies: ARM / Terremark / Verizon / Verizon Business
Countries: World
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