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Freeman Announces Esolutions Management Team

Jane Freeman, General Manager of esolutions, today announced the management team to deliver esolutions products and services to the market.

Since her appointment in late December, Ms Freeman has been working with Telecom, EDS and Microsoft on an organisational model for the esolutions alliance where esolutions will combine the strengths of the three companies and take advantage of the opportunities of the online world.

Today’s management team appointments follow the announcements last week of three esolutions executives; Helen Meehan representing Telecom, Robin Thornton representing EDS, and Paul Muckleston representing Microsoft.

Ms Freeman said that the management team has been chosen both for their personal skills and attributes as well as their "team fit" and their strong desire to make the esolutions alliance a success.

The new esolutions management team (and from which company they come) comprises:

Marketing Manager - Graeme Rowe (Telecom)

Delivery Manager - Susan van Horn (Microsoft)

Custom Solutions Manager - Nigel Cowan (EDS)

Brand Manager - Sue McCarty (Telecom)

Strategy Manager - Alec Skeet (EDS)

Acting Commercial Manager - Mark Loveard (Telecom).

“We are lucky to have a good representation from all three companies in the esolutions management team. I am thrilled with the calibre of the applicants.

“In the coming weeks, I look forward to working with the team as we move towards our official launch of the esolutions brand in Auckland on February 23, where we will outline our capabilities. The launch will feature a high powered line up of speakers who are sure to inspire the attending business leaders.

“This will be followed by a road show around New Zealand where the esolutions team will be highlighting to New Zealand businesses the exciting opportunities the online world has to offer.”

ENDS


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