The enterprise communications division of telecommunications group, Orange, has appointed Kevin Griffen as the managing director for its Australasian operations.
Griffen will be responsible for leading customers’ digital transformation in Australasia, while setting the strategic direction of the business and driving growth across all market segments.
Griffen has spent over nine years with the Orange Group in various senior sales management roles.
He led the company’s expansion into the mining and resources vertical, developed and retained some of the largest global customers and managed strategic partner relationships in the region.
Griffen said the company's extensive network reach, growth in Cloud services and high standards of service management had contributed to business growth in Australasia.
“Our region has produced very strong results over the last few years, witnessing significant growth in a competitive market with challenging economic conditions. With high levels of customer satisfaction and focus on innovation and productivity, we will continue to provide our customers with best in class services.”
According to a company statement, Australasia is one of the key regions for Orange Business Services in the Asia Pacific.
Customers encompass large multinational and Australian enterprises with a strong focus on the mining and resources vertical.
Orange employs over 3,000 people in the Asia Pacific across 36 countries.
It provides more than 2,000 multinational customers in the region with network and managed services, Cloud computing solutions and Cloud-based services for unified communications and business applications apart from security, consulting and professional services solutions.