NTT commits greater investment to the New Zealand market with the appointment of Mike Qu as principal solutions architect.
Mike Qu will step into the newly established role of principal solutions architect, as part of the New Zealand arm. In this position, he will work closely with New Zealand organisations to align business initiatives with the right technologies, and ultimately help them achieve desired business outcomes through innovative and transformative digital solutions.
Qu holds a wealth of experience and expertise within the ICT industry, having been a trusted strategic, technical and commercial advisor for over 500 large corporate customers. He has previously held positions at Spark, Plan-B (formerly Solarix Networks) and J2 Global (formerly Zintel), and has strong industry and technology knowledge across a diverse range of domains such as networks, collaboration, cloud, and security.
Simon Gillespie, CEO of NTT New Zealand said, “Mike's impressive leadership and proven track record means he'll become an integral part of NTT Ltd. in driving digital transformation and success for our local clients.
“As the pandemic has become an ongoing reality, Kiwi businesses are increasingly looking to adapt their business for a hybrid world. Our role at NTT is to be their critical technology service partner, and so alongside Mike, we will continue to deliver technology solutions that serve the clients, employees and communities for good.”
Commenting on his appointment, Qu said, “I've always been drawn to NTT's leading position in the market, as well as the company's immense capabilities and cutting-edge technologies. I am confident about what we can be further doing in helping our NTT clients choose the right technology and streamline solutions to meet their business needs.”