- Network developer Superloop (SLC) has appointed former NBN executive Paul Tyler as the new CEO
- He will be replacing Drew Kelton on October 1, however Drew will remain with the company until March next year
- Paul brings over 25 years' experience in senior roles and has previously worked for Telstra and Nokia
- Superloop ended the day 1.84 per cent in the green to trade for $1.11
Superloop (SLC) will welcome Paul Tyler to its team as the new CEO, effective from October 1.
Paul has more than 25 years of experience in senior roles and was most recently the Chief Customer Officer of NBN Co. Prior to NBN, he was the Group Managing Director at Telstra.
However, his longest role was with Nokia for 22 years and held a President role for the Asia Pacific and Japan for five years.
Paul will be replacing Drew Kelton, with Drew staying on as a Superloop executive until March 2021.
Non-Executive Chairman, Bevan Slattery, is delighted to have secured Paul as the new CEO.
"He is uniquely positioned to understand the challenges and opportunities that the National Broadband Network offers enterprises and service providers looking to leverage this once in a lifetime opportunity to transition away from traditional networks," he said.
Paul is excited to join the team and will continue to build on the technical leadership that the company has become renowned for.
"With the unstoppable rise of the cloud, software-defined wide area networking (SDWAN) and of course the NBN, the business market is experiencing a once in a generation disruption that Superloop is uniquely positioned to take advantage of," Paul said.
"For the first time, the internet has enabled all businesses from the smallest to the largest to access the productivity improvements that enterprise-grade applications enable – Superloop is set to be a strong catalyst of this change," he added.
Superloop ended the day 1.84 per cent in the green to trade for $1.11 each.