New South Wales-based technology solutions provider Diamond IT has announced the appointment of its new General Manager for the Sydney region, Luke Russel. Russel brings years of operational, strategic and commercial experience and expertise with him to the Sydney Office.
Robert Buck, Managing Director of Diamond IT said they’re really looking forward and are excited to have Luke on board. The company is seeing a surge in demand from customers to make sure their technology roadmap is integrated and aligned with their business strategy as a whole. Luke’s experience in creating transformational initiatives will help the company provide their customer base with the best solutions for their companies.
About Luke Russel – Diamond IT GM Sydney Region
Before joining Diamond IT, Russell worked for a not-for-profit charity, Samaritans Foundation. He was the Head of Business Technology from 2018 to June 2020. Before that, Russel worked as the General Manager at Nettko from 2013 to 2017 and as the IT manager at Telstra Business Centre Hunter.
The contemporary organization expects more from tech and is beginning to embrace digital by design thinking as they react to the commercial environment which is unpredictable and search ways to differentiate and modernize, says Russel. For him, it is imperative to have a partner that understands the relationship between technology and business and knows the distinction between the needs of each when looking via the business improvement prism.
Diamond IT boasts about its delivery capability, but it’s their strong reputation for humanizing unique technology. Russel is looking forward to working with the Diamond IT team and helping them deliver quality outcomes for their customers.
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About technology solutions provider Diamond IT
Headquartered in Newcastle, Diamond IT offers world-class managed services, cloud solutions, computer networks, software development, mobility, business communications and technology consulting to its customers across Australia.
Founded in 1996 by Robert Buck, the IT provider has grown over the years under the guidance of Robert and Martin Thurgate, a fellow director. The ICT company also offers incident management solutions, training management solutions, unified communications solutions and incident management systems.
They also offer robust cybersecurity and data protection solutions, disaster recovery planning assistance, business intelligence and data warehousing solutions and cloud computing infrastructure solutions amongst other services.
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