Sydney, May 23 2019 – Tquila ANZ is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Burgess to the position of Director of Professional Services reporting to CEO, Jo Masters.
Andy joined Tquila in 2016 as National Enterprise Practice Manager, bringing with him over 22 years’ IT professional experience, eight of those in the Salesforce ecosystem. In his new role, he takes on responsibility for Tquila’s Delivery Team; Tquila’s Enterprise Architecture, Quote-to-Cash, Integration, Emerging Technologies, Functional Consulting, Marketing Cloud, Agile and Customer Experience dedicated Practices; and, Tquila’s Centre of Excellence (COE).
“Since he joined us, Andy has been instrumental in Tquila winning and growing a number of key strategic accounts across NSW, Queensland and Victoria. The breadth and depth of his expertise in enterprise architecture and business transformation across multiple industries have earned him a well-deserved “trusted advisor” reputation amongst our customers.
“As Tquila embarks in its next phase of strong growth, I am delighted Andy has taken on this key role and will be leading his team to deliver on our promise to provide exceptional services to our customers,” said Jo Masters, CEO, Tquila ANZ.
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About Tquila ANZ – Salesforce Platinum Consulting Partner Driven by a culture of innovation and technology excellence, Tquila ANZ designs, builds and manages solutions on the Salesforce platform to support customers’ business needs, maximise their technology investment and help them grow their businesses profitably. A member of the Tquila International family, Tquila ANZ is headquartered in Sydney with presence in Brisbane and Melbourne.
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