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G3 Comms confirms appointment of Chief Technology Officer

Thursday 14 March 2019 | 10:52 CET | News

UK-based business communications specialist G3 Comms has announced the appointment of David Blackburn as Chief Technology Officer (CTO).

G3 Comms specialises in enterprise-grade unified communications and contact centre systems. Blackburn will lead the company's global strategy and technology efforts, working with partners such as Tata Communications to ensure that G3 is recognised as a leading integrator with its own network capability and multi-vendor deployment of enterprise communications worldwide. 

 

 



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Companies: G3 Comms
Countries: United Kingdom / World
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