Julia Uttley, ex-Equador and BT, takes key position at wireless company
London - 14 December 2005 - Red-M Group, a leading provider of services and products for managing wireless infrastructure, today announced the appointment of Julia Uttley as Chief Operating Officer, bringing a wealth of experience in operations, sales and marketing to help the company further enhance the delivery of wireless services to its customers.
"A key aim for Red-M in 2006 is to scale up our delivery capability, ensuring that our customers receive the very best service possible," explained Red-M CEO, Dave Richmond. "Julia's outstanding track record as an entrepreneur building service businesses puts her in an ideal position to take on this role and we are confident that she will make a significant contribution to the company that our customers can only benefit from. Julia brings with her significant strategic, operational and leadership qualities that will further strengthen our management team."
Julia joins Red-M from Equador, a consultancy and integration company that she co-founded and where she held the position of COO. After leading the company to sixth place in the 2000 Sunday Times FastTrack Index and winning the 'Most Motivated Entrepreneur Award' the company was sold to multi-billion dollar US global project delivery company, CH2M HILL.
Prior to founding Equador, Julia had established 20 years experience in the telecoms industry with the likes of British Telecom and Sprint International, one of the first companies to enter the newly deregulated European telecoms market.
Julia commented: "I am delighted to be a part of Red-M and, since learning about the company and its range of services and products for Total Airspace Management, I am extremely motivated to be a part of a team that has huge potential to capitalise on the exciting opportunities that we are currently seeing in the wireless markets."
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About Red-M Group Ltd
Red-M designs, delivers and manages multi-spectrum wireless infrastructures in challenging environments, for mission-critical applications. The company's portfolio of services, delivered using a structured approach known as Total Airspace Management (TAM), is underpinned by unique software tools and products incorporating Red-M's specialist wireless knowledge. Red-M's TAM approach has been applied for major enterprises, network operators and the public sector. The Red-M Group was created by the merger of Red-M (Communications) Ltd and CDS Ltd, founded in 1999 and 1995 respectively. Visit http://www.red-m.com