TM Forum welcomes three new senior executives
Paul Wilson, Andy Tiller and Naveen Suri have been appointed as senior executives at TM Forum
TM Forum the global association that facilitates
collaboration and collective problem solving between digital service providers
and suppliers, have now appointed three new senior executives to the team.
Paul Wilson has been named as chief marketing officer.
Wilson enters the role with more than 20 years’ experience in the technology,
media and telecoms (TMT) and fintech sectors. For 14 years Wilson was chief
marketing officer at Fortune 500 software company SunGard, during which time
the company grew from a $2.8 billion primarily American company, to a $5 billion global
business. After this he founded Bristol Is Open, the city-scale research
infrastructure for the study of software defined networks
Andy Tiller will serve as executive vice president of
collaboration & innovation. With over 25 years’ experience in product
marketing and product management for telecom suppliers and technology
companies, Tiller joins TM Forum from Chinese BSS/OSS supplier AsiaInfo, where
he served as vice president of corporate product marketing. Prior to this,
Tiller held senior positions at ip.access, ShoZu, and Geneva Technology.
In the newly created position, Naveen Suri has been
appointed to president of global member engagement. Suri is a results driven
senior executive and for the last 12 years he has been vice president of
business development and sales at iconectiv, an Ericsson company. Naveen is a
passionate global business generator and leader with extensive experience in
strategy, corporate development, government/industry relations, sales,
marketing, finance, product and program management.
Speaking on the new appointment Nik Willetts, CEO of TM
Forum, said: “Paul, Andy and Naveen’s new roles reflect TM Forum’s growing role
in our members’ digital journeys. Urgent digital business transformation is now
critical to the growth of our industry beyond connectivity, and these senior appointments
provide significant impetus to help us deliver on our members’ ambitions, where
collaboration, co-creation and innovation are central tenets of our work. We’re
delighted to welcome them to the team, and are very much looking forward to
accelerating the pace of change of our industry together.”