IT giant NTT appoints Chief Go-to-Market Officer
IT giant NTT has announced Andy Cocks as its Chief Go-to-Market Officer.
Cocks joins NTT's Global Executive team after successfully leading NTT's Go-to-Market business in the Asia Pacific region, and more recently as CTO.
He will be relocating from Singapore to his native UK, and will report directly to CEO Jason Goodall.
Launched in July 2019, NTT Ltd. brought together 40,000 people from brands including NTT Communications, Dimension Data and NTT Security into one $11bn company.
In his new role, Cocks will be responsible for leading its go-to-market practices, sales operations and partner relationships across the globe.
With more than 30 years of varied technology industry experience and expertise, NTT said his experience has allows him to play an instrumental role in shaping the company’s technology focus areas.
Prior to joining NTT, Cocks headed up Equant's Field Services Asia team and was the head of regional network planning at American Express.
He has successfully handled several complex, large scale, multi-market transformation projects during his professional career.
Jason Goodall, Global CEO for NTT Ltd said the appointment is reflective of his world-class contribution to the business.
“Our Go-to-Market strategy over the coming months will be a core component of the new NTT as we come together as one company,” said Goodall.
“I know Andy will lead his team to success as we take our unparallel capabilities to market and help clients around the world do great things every day."
On his appointment, Cox added, "I'm extremely proud to lead NTT's Go-to-Market team into this new and exciting era. Together, we've created a company that boasts industry-leading products, solutions, and managed services.
“It's important we take these to market in the right way, partnering with our clients around the world as they make use of our full range of capabilities and help to build the most innovative cities and societies. NTT is going to do great things and I can't wait to get started in the new role."