Vertel names Tony Hudson as new commercial director
Australian telecommunications carrier Vertel has appointed Tony Hudson as its new commercial director to lead the company’s sales, marketing and customer experience teams.
Hudson joined Vertel as Head of Government Sales in 2016, with 30 years’ experience in the information technology and telecommunication sectors under his belt. Prior to Vertel, Hudson worked at Singtel Optus for 15 years, with eight years as the company’s Industry Manager, NSW Government. He has also held roles at IBM as a Strategic Account Manager and Australia and New Zealand Product Manager and at Australian start-up WordFlow Information Liquidity as Director of Sales.
Vertel Managing Director Theo Belekas said Hudson “brings a unique combination of industry experience, a strong focus on customer success, and an understanding of Vertel’s vision of smarter, healthier and safer Australian communities”.
“[He] will help Vertel continue to service organisations that place significant value on highly available, reliable and secure network connections, and quality of service-enabled managed networks and services, backed by strong networking expertise and support,” Belekas said.
Hudson added that the “key to Vertel’s service is listening to and understanding customers and future customers’ needs and goals, even beyond the ICT challenges”.
“Vertel respectfully challenges customers’ thoughts around ICT requirements and makes appropriate recommendations for technology solutions proven to have a positive return on investment. Vertel has a genuine interest in helping our customers achieve their strategic business goals,” he said.
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