NTT America shuffles the corporate deck to increase enterprise service sales

NTT America (NYSE: NTT) is realigning its management team by naming three executives who will oversee new multinational corporation (MNC) sales and reinvigorate its internal processes.

First up is former BT executive Michael DeVito, who has been named NTT America's new VP of enterprise solutions. In his new role at NTT, DeVito will oversee the business management and network services teams, which operate the Arcstar network, determine pricing, product marketing and bid management, and deliver enterprise sales.

DeVito comes to NTT with plenty of experience selling global telecom products to Fortune 1000 companies and MNCs. Prior to his new post at NTT America, DeVito served as General Manager GTM, Americas and Asia Pacific at BT Global Services. Before BT (NYSE: BT), he held posts at Equant Network Services (now Orange Business (NYSE: FTE), Qwest (now CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) and MCI (now Verizon Business (NYSE: VZ).

Reporting to DeVito is 10-year NTT veteran Bryan Tam who has been promoted to VP and head of enterprise sales. Tam will manage the day-to-day sales team focused on Fortune Global 1000 and MNC sales for public and private network services, colocation, unified communications (UC) and managed security services.

Finally, 23-year NTT Corp. veteran Jun Nojima has been appointed to the newly created role of chief administrative officer (CAO) to bolster NTT America's ability to compete against other large global service providers like AT&T, Verizon and BT. Prior to his new role, he oversaw NTT's Enterprise Solutions Business Unit as the vice president and head of sales and marketing since January 2010.

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