TeraGo Hires Industry Vet As Its New Vice President Sales

TeraGo Networks, a Canadian provider of carrier-grade Internet, data and voice communications services, as well as colocation through its division Data Centers Canada, has announced the addition of Greg Larnder as Vice President, Sales to its executive management team effective August 5, 2014.

Greg Larnder previously served as National Sales Director, Partners at Microsoft Canada from 2012 to 2013.

Greg Larnder previously served as National Sales Director, Partners at Microsoft Canada from 2012 to 2013, where he worked to consolidate and manage partners for the purpose of creating a streamlined, efficient team. From 1996 to 2012, he held the position of VP Sales, Business Development at Compugen, a privately owned and operated IT company, managing 150 sales and operations professionals, creating and executing strategie s across Canada.

Larnder holds a Computer Maintenance Technology Diploma from the Control Data Institute and has completed numerous executive educational seminars and programs.

Management roles

“I am very pleased to welcome Greg to the TeraGo leadership team,” said Stewart Lyons, President and CEO, TeraGo Networks. “Greg brings with him over 30 years of business development experience in the telecommunications and IT sector, which includes over 20 years in management roles.”

“His previous work with integrators and partners throughout Canada will help TeraGo in growing its existing partner program,” added Lyons. “Additionally, his experience with selling products along our three pillars of access, data center and cloud hosting services will be a great asset as we expand our product set.”

Terago Networks owns and manages its IP network servicing over 4,100 business customers in 46 major markets across Canada including Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver and Winnipeg. Data Centers Canada, a subsidiary of Terago Networks, owns and operates colocation facilities in Toronto and Vancouver. TeraGo Networks is a wholly owned subsidiary of TeraGo Inc. (TSX:TGO).