Data#3 names new GM - managed solutions

Sue Carter appointed Data#3 general manager - managed solutions

Data#3 has named Sue Carter as the company’s new general manager, managed solutions, to lead the transition to a hybrid IT environment.

Carter has more than 30 years experience in the IT industry across the Asia-Pacific region and has held senior leadership positions with Unisys, Fujitsu and CSC.

Carter said she was delighted to join Data#3 at an exciting time in the business and looked forward to leading the way for Australian organisations in the Cloud computing domain.

“With outsourcing and Cloud services a significant part of the company’s business, I look forward to working with our customers and enabling them to consider the options available to them through Data#3’s Hybrid IT offerings,” she said.

Group general manager, Laurence Baynham, said Carter’s extensive experience in running large operations combined with her deep understanding of sales and delivery of large outsource contracts would be a significant advantage to the organisation.

“Our Managed Solutions business is at the forefront of leading the strategic change for our customers as they transition to a Hybrid IT environment,” he said.

“I look forward to Sue’s involvement in helping to further grow this part of our business and welcome her to her new leadership role with Data#3.”

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