David McDougall Joins T-Systems North America as Vice President of Sales

-- Industry expert brings information technology market expertise to T-Systems

-- Will serve as member of T-Systems Management Board

Jun 06, 2012, 09:40 ET from T-Systems North America

TROY, Mich., June 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- T-Systems North America, a global provider of information and communication technology for multinational corporations and public sector institutions, today announced the appointment of David McDougall as its vice president of sales and member of the Management Board, effective immediately. In this role, McDougall is responsible for the overall sales and growth of T-Systems business in the U.S., and for management and development of T-Systems' customer accounts.

Having served in senior sales and business development leader roles at key information technology firms, McDougall brings extensive experience to the T-Systems team.  

"David will lead planning and execution of the strategic growth of T-Systems North America," said T-Systems North America Managing Director Heike Auerbach. "We welcome David to the management team at T-Systems and look forward to leveraging his insight into how we can extend our services to new clients and continue our mission of providing unparalleled IT services to our current customers."

Prior to joining T-Systems, McDougall served as Vice President for technology sales at NorthgateArinso. He also served as Vice President Business Development at Siemens IT Solutions and Services where he was responsible for driving annuity based outsourcing, consulting and application management deals.

"I am excited to join the outstanding team at T-Systems in this strategic role," said David McDougall, T-Systems' vice president of sales. "T-Systems is an industry leader in providing IT services to global enterprises and I'm grateful for the opportunity to work with this tremendous organization."

About T-Systems

Drawing on a global infrastructure of data centers and networks, T-Systems operates information and communication technology (ICT) systems for multinational corporations and public sector institutions. On this basis, Deutsche Telekom's corporate customer arm provides integrated solutions for the networked future of business and society. Some 48,200 employees at T-Systems combine industry expertise with ICT innovations to add significant value to customers' core business all over the world. The corporate customers unit generated revenue of more than $12 billion US dollars in the 2011 financial year. www.t-systemsus.com.

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