Deloitte UK strengthens its telecoms team with three strategic hires
Three senior hires all join from the HP communications consulting practice. Deloitte UK strengthens its telecoms team with three strategic hires

Fuente:   Fecha:  30.06.2011

Deloitte UK, the business advisory firm, has strengthened its telecoms team with three strategic hires. It has appointed a new partner, Faizul Ali and two new directors, David Green and Allan Ronn.

Faizul Ali joins as a partner and will lead Deloitte’s growth in telecoms technology consulting on business and operational support systems. Ali was EMEA managing partner and head of HP’s consulting practice for the communications, media and entertainment industries. Prior to that he was a founding member of Amdocs Consulting EMEA and he has held various senior management and management consulting roles at Virgin Media, KPMG and Accenture.

David Green has joined as a director, he has a speciality in telecom operator launches and transforming companies’ existing IT departments into more agile, cost effective and business-focused capabilities. He was previously EMEA head of transformation consulting practice, HP Enterprise Services for the telecoms industry and prior to that was at Vodafone for 13 years.

Allan Ronn has joined as a director. He was previously EMEA head of BSS industry consulting practice, HP Enterprise Services. Prior to that, Ronn was a director for global telecom and media consulting at Atos Origin, which he joined from KPMG consulting.

Jolyon Barker, global lead for Deloitte's Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) industry practice, said: “We are delighted to welcome Faizul, David and Allan to Deloitte. They will bring Deloitte’s telecom clients world class operational support operational and business support systems' experience."

Tony Cooper, Telecoms Leader for Deloitte UK Consulting added: “Deloitte’s clients need to invest in these systems in order to support new and innovative IP based services including digital content delivery; complex data billing; cloud services and managing increased outsourcing.”