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New GM Esolutions Appointed

Telecom announced today that Sue McCarty has been appointed as the new General Manager of esolutions – the ecommerce alliance between Telecom, EDS and Microsoft.

Ms McCarty takes over from Jane Freeman, who has resigned to pursue personal interests.

Ms Freeman had been on maternity leave since December. During that time, Ms McCarty had been acting General Manager.

Chief Executive Theresa Gattung said Ms Freeman has made an invaluable contribution to the establishment of esolutions over the past two years.

“Jane is a talented business woman who has led esolutions through a complex development stage. I wish Jane all the best and trust I will have the opportunity to work with her again in the future.

“Sue is also a talented leader. I congratulate her on her new appointment. Sue has a challenging role ahead as she positions esolutions in the dynamic ecommerce market.”

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