Xalient strengthens its senior team as demand for secure global networks grows
11th July 2019
We’re proud to welcome three new hires to the team – Paul Edwards, Neil Polson and Joe Rogers.
Pictured left to right: Neil Polson, Senior Business Development Manager; Paul Edwards, Account Director; & Joe Rogers, Major Account Director.
Paul Edwards joins us as Account Director, taking responsibility for several of Xalient’s major accounts as well as new business development in the Transport and Logistics sector. Paul brings with him a significant track record in the IT and Communications industry as a sales leader and client manager. He joins from Samsung Electronics where he held a senior business development role. Prior to Samsung Paul held sales and channel management roles at Brocade and AVMI.
Neil Polson joins as a Senior Business Development Manager, with responsibility for new client acquisition in the pharmaceuticals, energy and public sectors. Neil has an extensive background in mobility, managed cloud, security and infrastructure services gained in his previous sales and business development roles at Intercity Technologies, Northgate Information Systems and Totalmobile.
Joe Rogers joins as Major Account Director, with responsibility for one of Xalient’s largest global accounts. Joe brings a wealth of account management, cloud and collaboration services experience with him, gained in over 20 years in the global technology industry. He joins from ONI, prior to which he held business development and account management roles at JT Global, Worldstone, Datapoint and Softlab.
Xalient CEO Sherry Vaswani commented: “We’re delighted to welcome Neil, Paul and Joe to the Xalient team to help drive future growth. Global organisations now realise that a well-architected and managed network is not only a pre-requisite for digital transformation, but also provides competitive advantage. No longer do CIO’s see the network as a commodity – a robust network that addresses security, identity, performance and reliability enables better information sharing, better collaboration, improved productivity and reduces risk.”