Ben Elms has been named Chief Revenue Officer of Expereo, a worldwide provider of Global Internet, Cloud Access Optimization, SASE, and SD-WAN services. Mr. Elms comes from Vodafone. His overall mission is to manage Expereo’s sales and go-to-market transformation across all channels, as well as promote worldwide expansion and adoption of the company’s services.
Expereo claims to be a trusted partner of 30 percent of Fortune 500 organizations. It helps power commercial and government sites throughout the world, aiming to boost productivity by providing flexible and optimum Internet performance.
Ben Elms has over 20 years of operational and leadership experience in the telecommunications business. He was most recently the Group Director (CEO) of Vodafone Global Enterprise, a subsidiary of Vodafone Group, one of the world’s largest cellular and wireline providers.
At Vodafone, Mr. Elms was in charge of directing a worldwide team that managed connections with international customers all around the world. According to Expereo, during Elms’ tenure at Vodafone, the company outperformed the market in terms of EBITDA and produced major gains in customer and staff satisfaction while implementing an operational efficiency program.
Acquisitions, Company Expansion
Ben Elms is a crucial hire for Expereo as it continues its worldwide expansion and development, thanks to Mr. Elms “excellent market experience, customer track record, and depth of foreign expertise.”
Expereo has been acquiring and expanding for a long time, and Elms’ appointment comes after a period of acquisition and expansion that will go through 2022. Elms’ addition to the company’s executive management team is intended to help it further solidify its position as a market leader, offering streamlined global networks while delighting clients with seamless delivery of additional services from a single trusted source.
Vitruvian Partners, an international growth capital and buyout firm, purchased a controlling position in Expereo in February 2021, with Apax Partners SAS, a notable European private equity firm, and the company’s management.