BT promotes COO Artley to president of Americas

Friday 16 June 2017 | 09:00 CET | News
BT announced that Jennifer Artley has been appointed President for BT in the Americas with immediate effect. Artley will lead a team of more than 3,800 delivering networking, cloud-based unified collaboration, hybrid cloud services and security to over 2,700 organizations across the region. She has been with BT for three years, serving as COO for the US, Canada and Latin America. She is taking over from Bas Burger who was recently named by BT to the role of CEO, Global Services. Prior to joining BT, she held leadership positions at Equinix and Level 3 Communications.

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Companies: BT
Countries: Latin America / North America
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