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Microsoft appoints new Country Manager for T&T
Racquel Moses has been appointed as Microsoft’s Country Manager for T&T.
In addition to her new role, Moses will also act as the Public Sector Lead for the Caribbean market.
Announcing the appointment via a release on Friday, Microsoft said Moses would be responsible for leading a team of professionals operating from the Microsoft office located in St James.
Microsoft said Moses was tasked with executing the company’s global digital transformation vision, as well as enhancing customer experience and improving public outcomes through an emphasis on people and sustainable solutions.
Moses has over 16 years’ experience in various sectors including technology and is the holder of a Master’s in Management of Technology degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Prior to joining Microsoft, Moses held leadership positions at several organisations including the roles of President at InvesTT; Regional Vice President Enterprise Sales at LIME; and Vice President of Managed and Outsourced Services for Fujitsu Caribbean.
On her new appointment, Moses said, “It’s a great honour for me to join Microsoft and particularly to lead the local team.”
“I strongly believe that Microsoft is one of the best companies in the world, in the way it empowers people and enables us to make a difference.”
“Our country has enormous potential and we have the exciting challenge to help grow not only T&T, but also the region through technology. I feel truly thrilled to be part of this exciting journey.”
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