CenturyLink Appoints 5 VPs for Business Solutions; Kenny Wyatt Comments

centurylink_logo-320x320CenturyLink Inc. has appointed Rob Roache, Betty Reynolds, Mindy Powers, Rick Buyens and Richard Twilley as regional vice presidents for sales in its business solutions sector.

The five appointees will help the company pursue business opportunities to market its cloud, managed information technology and data networking offerings to commercial and government customers in and outside their service areas, CenturyLink said Thursday.

Roache was named VP for Northwest region based in Seattle, Reynolds for the Southwest region based in Phoenix, Powers for the Central region based in Denver, Rick Buyens for the Midwest region based in Minneapolis and Richard Twilley for the East region based in Charlotte.

Kenny Wyatt, president at CenturyLink Business Solutions, said the company has aligned its sales structure with operations in the five regions.

The new sales leaders will use CenturyLink’s local operating scheme to serve business, government and education clients, according to the company.

CenturyLink recently formed an organization comprising its network services, business sales and operations teams.

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