AT&T Business Solutions Appoints New Sales Centre Vice President for Canada
Toronto, Canada, November 22, 2011
AT&T is pleased to announce that David Aspinall will join AT&T Global Services Canada as the new Canada Sales Centre Vice President. David comes to Canada as a proven telecommunications professional with more than 15 years of experience working for major global corporations across multiple regions and countries. Prior to joining the team in Canada, he was Mobility Sales Center Vice President, AT&T for Washington, DC and Chicago, IL. Effective December 1st, David will join the Regional Sales team led by Mary Livingston, Vice President Canada, Caribbean and Latin America.
“I am thrilled to be joining the AT&T team in Canada. It is a great opportunity to be working closely with a group of dedicated individuals, providing industry leading telecommunications services to some of the largest multinational organizations located here in Canada,” said David. “The AT&T offering is leading edge in this country and I am excited to help grow AT&T’s presence here as we continue to deliver new, strategic and innovative products and services.”
In his previous role at AT&T as Sales Center VP for Washington and Chicago, David hired and trained a team of sales representatives covering vast regions and had responsibility for numerous multi-million dollar accounts. His proven track record in analyzing the marketplace and identifying opportunities, combined with his extensive experience in international sales, global outsourcing and managed services will be a strong asset to the AT&T Global Services Canada team.
With offices in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, and Montreal, AT&T offers a broad portfolio range of communication services including, Virtual Private Networking, Unified Communications, Business Continuity, Security and Hosting and Network Integration. As part of one of the most advanced and powerful global networks, AT&T Global Services Canada’s cross country network services and hosting facility offer customers access to business markets around the world. Local support teams work with their global colleagues around the clock to service Canadian-based multi-national corporate clients to achieve a greater return on communications investments by providing the skill, scale, scope and strength that they demand.