Integrated network provider, Pacnet, has made three new senior hires, Jim Fagan, Andy Lumsden, and Cardi Prinzi, to leverage its assets to provide solutions to businesses worldwide that are taking advantage of the explosive growth in the Asia-Pacific region.
Fagan, who fills the role of managed services president, joins Pacnet after four years as Rackspace managing director, where he established its Asia-Pacific operations.
He has also spent nine years of his 15-year career at Dell as managed services business finance controller.
According to Pacnet, he brings to the company expertise in developing managed and Cloud services, as well as datacentre management, marketing, and sales.
Lumsden, who has 20 years’ industry experience, returns to Pacnet from Xtera Communications, where he was Asia-Pacific managing director.
In his new role of chief technology officer (CTO), he will be responsible for maintaining Pacnet’s market position with the next generation network platforms. He will also work to deliver the infrastructure for managed services.
Lumsden replaces Wilfred Kwan, who according to Pacnet, left the company to “pursue other interests”.
With 22 years’ of executive level experience in marketing, sales, and product management, Prinzi joins Pacnet as enterprise markets president.
He previously worked at Earthlink as marketing executive vice-president for three years, before which he held the role of Asia-Pacific sales and marketing executive vice-president at Pihana Pacific.
“[Fargan, Lumsden, and Prinzi] are all proven leaders with impressive track records of implementing and managing advanced customer solutions, building networks and technologies, and delivering an exceptional customer experience,” Pacnet chief executive officer (CEO), Carl Grivner, said.