Noel Studti the new Neotel chief sales and marketing officer

Neotel announced today the appointment of Noel Studti as Chief Sales and Marketing Officer with effect from 01 February 2012

February 1, 2012
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Neotel announced today (1 February 2012) the appointment of Mr. Noel Studti as Chief Sales and Marketing Officer with effect from 01 February 2012.

Studti joins the Neotel leadership team from the Innovation Group where he most recently held the position of Chief Sales Officer.

“He brings years of experience having worked closely with major Blue Chip organisations in the ICT sector in Africa and Europe such as Deutsche Telecom (London), Vodacom, Dimension Data, and TransUnion,” Neotel said in a press statement.

Sunil Joshi, CEO of Neotel, said: “Noel is driven by the quest to continually improve customer service and will be responsible for providing solutions that meet the demands and business requirements of our customers. We are delighted to have him bolster our growing leadership team.”

Noel joined IBM in 1980 and spent 14 years in various positions at the company including systems engineer, sales and branch management. In 1993, he became Sales Director at Siemens Business Solutions (Nixdorf) and later started Stratham Bryce, a sales management consultancy.

Noel Studti

Noel Studti

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