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August 23, 2011
Orange Business Services (News - Alert) recently announced that they have appointed Jorg Henseleit as their Managing Director for Switzerland. Peter J. Moebius who was the Swiss country head will now be responsible for key customer business development and will be appointed as Vice President of International Business Development. He was leading the Swiss operations since its inception.
Jorg Henseleit is a native German and he took over as Managing Director from August 1st. He had spent almost his entire career on the Swiss market and is poised to be a perfect fit for this position. He started off his career at IBM, and then held various senior positions at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Unisys (News - Alert). He joined Verizon in 2006 and started handling the Global Accounts for Switzerland, France and Germany. He was Swiss country head of operations in 2008. He was also CEO of KPN (News - Alert) Getronics in Germany recently. He is based in Zurich office and brings a wealth of information on large service centric customers and organizations. Orange Business Services provides IT and Telco services to customers in Switzerland. They have offices in Geneva and Zurich and employ over 400 people.
In a release, Orange Business Services SVP of Europe Dr. Helmut Reisinger said, “I am very pleased to welcome Jorg Henseleit as our new Managing Director for Switzerland as Switzerland is an important strategic market in our European and global footprints and home to many of our key customers. With Jorg, who is known for his strong leadership, I am confident in our future focused on accelerating service growth and continued customer satisfaction for our Swiss multinationals. Moreover, I would like to thank Peter Moebius, who has built today's organization over many years and has achieved -- together with the Swiss team -- continued success in the market. During his leadership, the Swiss team has been an innovator of Orange Business Services in many areas and has landed landmark deals that entailed also complex transformations while preserving industry-leading customer satisfaction marks.”
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Edited by Rich Steeves