MTN Business has made several key appointments, which it says are part of its strategy of repositioning to aggressively venture into unchartered markets and fulfil its mandate of being a key player in the enterprise segment.
“When MTN Business undertook its reorganisation exercise early this year, the unit made an undertaking to identify and fill key positions with the right competencies to achieve its purpose of enabling and inspiring growth for its customers,” the company says in a statement.
Mandisa Ntloko has been appointed as head of enterprise marketing, moving to MTN from Accenture. Ntloko has extensive experience in developing and implementing marketing and communications strategies at a number of multinationals, says MTN Business. She worked for a number of entities in various roles, including at MTN South Africa and later at Dimension Data, where she served in different roles, including director for marketing and communications for Africa and the Middle East.
Ntloko holds a BA degree in international relations and industrial sociology and studied at the Warwick Business School, in London, where she obtained her Masters in Business Administration.
MTN Business also appointed Claude Chetty in the role of GM for the SME segment. Chetty has extensive experience in the B2C (business-to-consumer) and B2B (business-to-business) segment, and has proven experience in developing sales and marketing strategies including route-to-market, pricing and channel management. He is familiar with the ICT space, having worked for Telkom SA in various roles, including serving as divisional executive of SMME channel management and development.
He holds a BCom Honours Degree and has completed the Nexus Business Thought Leadership Programme, at the University of Pretoria.
The organisation has also secured the services of David Mphelo, who will assume the role of GM for public sector. Mphelo has a BSc Honours degree from the University of the Witwatersrand and has proven experience in the ICT sector where he served in various roles. Before joining MTN Business, Mphelo was executive director for public sector at Cisco Systems SA. He also worked for a number of multinational companies in the ICT space, including Microsoft, Unisys and Hewlett-Packard.
Furthermore, MTN Business has appointed Delwin Bratby as the new GM for client services. An MBA graduate from Wits Business School, Bratby has extensive management and leadership exposure and has proven experience in the ICT sector having worked for Telkom in various capacities. Bratby also holds an MSc Electrical Engineering degree from the University of Pretoria.
“We are pleased with the appointments we have made as they for the growth and future of MTN Business. We have a solid strategy in place of being the ICT partner of choice for geographic and market expansion, and we believe these appointments will propel us closer to achieving our strategic objectives,” says Alpheus Mangale, chief enterprise officer of MTN South Africa.
Source: IT web