New management lead transformation at Epsilon

Epsilon has appointed Lee Myall as its Chief Commercial Officer. The appointment marks a new phase of Epsilon’s transformation as it expands its presence in the global enterprise market. Myall will be leading the sales and business development units and will be based in Epsilon’s London office.

He brings over 20 years of industry experience, having held Senior Vice President and Managing Director positions most recently at Interoute, which operated one of Europe’s largest cloud services platform. Before Interoute, Myall held leadership positions at WAM!NET, which was acquired by SAVVIS.

“I see tremendous potential for Epsilon to expand its scope and use its Software-Defined Networking (SDN) platform to serve growing enterprise demand. In this role, I will build on my experience in transforming wholesale businesses to compete in the enterprise space and support Epsilon’s global growth,” said Lee Myall, CCO at Epsilon. “It is a unique business with a model that is aligned with new enterprise expectations for service delivery, performance, and control. It is an exciting time to join Epsilon and be part of its transformation journey.”

In January 2019, Epsilon appointed Colin Whitbread as its Managing Director, Service, and Operations. He joined Epsilon from TalkTalk where he was COO, Technology.

“Lee brings unique experience to our business and will support our long-term growth across new market segments. He understands what it takes to deliver across the entire value chain, from wholesale carriers through to enterprises,” said Jerzy Szlosarek, CEO at Epsilon. “We are adding world-class talent to support both our commercial and operations teams. As our business continues to grow, we are bringing leadership on board that have a proven track record in transformation and have executed at the highest level. With each new hire, we gain new expertise that will directly benefit our customers and partners.”

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David Dungay

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