Home Your IT Mobility People Moves Two senior hires at Tecala

Consulting and solutions provider Tecala has made two senior account management and client services appointments.

"As we continue to expand and evolve, both David [Terzo] and Frank [Boffa] combine a strong services background with a proven track record to ensure we can provide top-level service to clients, deliver additional value on an ongoing basis, and deepen relationships with key accounts - all of which will be vital to our continued growth and success in the market," said CEO Gleuto Serafim.

Tecala Frank Boffa

Client support services manager Frank Boffa has more than 25 years experience in the IT industry, most recently as customer services manager at BlueCentral. He previously worked as northern region service manager at BTAS, and in a variety of roles at Telstra Business Systems.

Tecala David TerzoSenior account manager David Terzo has more than ten years experience in the IT industry, most recently as senior account manager at Oriel Technologies. He previously worked for Brennan IT, Macquarie Corporate Telecommunications, and Hutchinson Telecommunications.

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