Clients in the News

  • NTT Appoints New VP of Marketing, CEO of ICT Services

    NTT Group (NTT) made several major leadership changes this month when the telecom company announced the hire of both a new CEO for its information communications technology division as well as the appointment of a new vice president of Sales for NTT Americas. Jeffrey Bannister has been appointed executive vice president of Sales for NTT America’s Global Enterprise Services, responsible for business development and sales management of the company’s multinational efforts. …  Read More

    TheVARGuy 06/22/15
  • NTT America names Jeffrey Bannister as EVP of Global Enterprise Services

    NTT America, the wholly owned US subsidiary of NTT Communications Corporation (NTT Com), announced on Friday that it has appointed Jeffrey Bannister as executive vice president of Sales for NTT America’s Global Enterprise Services.  Read More

    Individual.com 06/22/15
  • NTT America names Jeffrey Bannister as EVP of Global Enterprise Services

    NTT America, the wholly owned US subsidiary of NTT Communications Corporation (NTT Com), announced on Friday that it has appointed Jeffrey Bannister as executive vice president of Sales for NTT America’s Global Enterprise Services.  Read More

    Bloomberg Business 06/22/15
  • Jeffrey Bannister Joins Information and Communications Technology Company NTT America

    Mr. Jeffrey Bannister has joined information and communications technology company NTT America. The company, an American subsidiary of Japanese telecommunications company NTT, offers a range of products and services including data center, data network, and voice and video alongside managed security and cloud computing options. Mr. Bannister takes on the role of NTT America’s Executive Vice President of Sales for the company’s Global Enterprise Services division.  Read More

    HostSearch 06/20/15
  • NTT America Taps Jeffrey Bannister for New Enterprise Customer Growth

    NTT America, part of larger organizations NTT Communications Corporation and NTT Group—which is itself a Fortune Global 500 telecom leader company—recently announced some exciting news in the form of a major roster change. The company appointed Jeffrey Bannister to the position of executive vice president of sales for the Global Enterprise Services division.  Read More

    NFVZone 06/19/15
  • NTT America Names Jeffrey Bannister as EVP of Global Enterprise Services

    NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–NTT America, the wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of NTT Communications Corporation (NTT Com), the information and communications technology (ICT) solutions business within Fortune Global 500 telecom leader NTT Group (NYSE:NTT), today announced the appointment of Jeffrey Bannister as Executive Vice President of Sales for NTT America’s Global Enterprise Services. NTT America’s Global Enterprise Services include comprehensive and secure Cloud, Data Center, Data Network, Voice and Video Communications, Application Services, Managed Security, Operations Management and Customer Portal solutions designed to seamlessly and rapidly deploy unmatched end-to-end ICT capabilities. Read More

    Citybizlist 06/19/15
  • NTT Comms’ New Chief Likes the Fast Lane

    NTT Communications has a new president and CEO, 60-year-old Tetsuya Shoji, who starts in his new role today. He takes over from Akira Arima, 65, who had been president and CEO for five years. Read More

    Light Reading 06/19/15
  • Dimension Data Sister Company Names New CEO, Head of American Sales

    Cloud and connectivity goliath NTT Communications promoted a longtime executive to CEO and snagged a former Infosys leader to drive enterprise sales in the Americas. Read More

    CRN 06/19/15
  • Networks Are Like Mullets

    Remember mullets? The unfortunate late-20th-century men’s hairstyle was neat and trimmed around the face and long and flowing down the neck. “Business in front, party in the back,” was the slogan. Read More

    Light Reading 06/15/15
  • Hybrid cloud has benefits, but complexity slows movement, panelists say

    Hybrid cloud can offer a number of benefits for a large enterprise–including the ability to offload nonessential functions like managing e-mail–but security and a loss of control over private data means uptick is slower than expected. Read More

    FierceTelecom 06/08/15