LOS ANGELES – Dec 7, 2020 – Julian Mosley has joined the IBM Global Technology Services (GTS) team as a Strategic Client Partner. In this role, Mosley will be part of IBM’s Retail, Consumer Goods, and Distribution business unit. A driven corporate executive, Mosley is known for his business acumen, which he refined over years of experience leading technology sales, marketing and engineering teams at some of world’s premier IT solutions and services corporations. He comes to IBM from Fujitsu, where he achieved multi-million-dollar business growth objectives with Fortune 500 clients as an account team leader.
Mosley will be responsible for leading strategic client engagements for IBM GTS. His work will involve partnering with enterprise clients to help them gain the most business value from utilization of cloud technologies. Mosley’s background offers IBM customers and business partners a unique opportunity to work with a technology professional with broad industry knowledge as well as the detailed technical know-how to solve key operational challenges.
According to Violeta Fabé, IBM GTS Head of Retail, “We are excited to have Julian join the team. His experience working with stakeholders at all organizational levels to understand and then evangelize enterprise level opportunities to leverage technology to revitalize business models will enhance our teams’ capabilities to support our growing portfolio of business in the west.”
IBM GTS is the world’s leading IT managed infrastructure services business. It serves the needs of over 4,600 client in 115 countries, including more than 75 percent of the Fortune 100. A technology leader as well as a service provider, GTS registered 1,900 cloud patents and 1,400 AI patents in a single year.
Mosley holds a B.S in Systems Engineering from USC’s Viterbi School of Engineering. He resides in Los Angeles with his wife and two elementary school age daughters.
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