Vita bolsters team on back of growing demand
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ICT and managed mobility provider Vita Enterprise Solutions has ramped up its team on the back of increasing demand and burgeoning new technologies.
The company has added seven new staff in recent months, including three new regional managers.
The company says the three new regional managers – Glen Stonehouse, based in Brisbane; Malcolm Broad in Sydney; and Paolo Bondi in Melbourne – all have extensive experience in communications innovation.
Vita says the trio will ‘significantly enhance Vita Enterprise Solution’s ability to provide businesses with the ICT expertise they need to remain competitive in a rapidly changing technology environment’.
The new regional managers will oversee a team of ICT specialists located across the east coast and Tasmania, who themselves are backed by expert solution architects Australia-wide. All three will report to national general manager Paul Edmondson.
The company has also added four other key staff which it says are recognised leaders in their fields, strenghtening the company’s ability to design and implement appropriate ICT solutions for small, medium and large enterprises.
The new appointments are Jon Vlahos, Melbourne-based M2M practice lead; Adam Noall, Sydney-based unified communications practice lead; Noel Harrison, Brisbane-based manager of strategic services; and Satish Kumar Shivarajah, Melbourne-based solutions architect Microsoft collaboration/UC.
Edmondson says technology is transforming the way people do business, and the key to remaining successful is to be flexible and informed about the benefits digital innovation can bring.
“We pride ourselves on employing the best people with the ability to formulate a vision for its customers and then implement a solution on time and within budget,” Edmondson says.