Ninefold takes on two former Optus staff
- 19 June, 2012 09:47
Australian public Cloud provider, Ninefold has appointed two former Optus staff, Sean Jarman and Shaun Domingo, to the newly created roles of commercial manager and software development manager, respectively.
Jarman will be responsible for developing and implementing financial and commercial processes across Ninefold’s business portfolio.
He has nearly 15 years’ experience working with blue-chip organisations, and brings experience in developing structure and operational efficiency at Diageo, Orange, BT, Shell, Ericsson, Thomson Reuters, and Vodafone.
While at Optus, Jarman acted as a CFO, with the official title of head of commercial marketing. He took care of marketing analysis, product marketing and development, contract management, and the telco’s rewards program.
In his new role, Domingo will be reviewing and managing Ninefold’s Cloud computing portal, and shape the strategy and direction of the customer interaction with the site.
Most recently, he worked for Australian digital services company, Hyro, where he was technical manager. Prior to that, Domingo held the role of technology lead at Optus Business Portal.
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