Leading technology company, telent, has appointed Steve Dalton as new Managing Director of its Rail business. Bringing with him a wide variety of experience, during his time as Managing Director of telent’s Network Services Division, Steve was responsible for the day-to-day running of the division.
Having started his career as an Engineering Apprentice for GEC in 1985, over the following 22 years, he was promoted internally to a number of senior positions, including Director and General Manager for the telent Metro business. There he was responsible for the delivery of major maintenance and infrastructure upgrade projects.
Steve Dalton will take over from Steve Pears. Following many years with telent, Steve Pears is retiring.
Mark Plato, CEO of telent, comments: “We would like to thank Steve Pears for his valued contribution to telent over the years. We are pleased to announce Steve Dalton as telent Rail’s new Managing Director and we are confident in his experience and proven ability to deliver results.”
Steve Dalton, Managing Director of telent Rail, says: “I’m looking forward to joining a solid Rail business which has a proven track record and is supported by a professional and knowledgeable team. The industry is on a journey of digital transformation and telent, with our Partners, is well placed to deliver this vision.”
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Notes to Editors
Dedicated to defining the ever-changing digital landscape, telent designs and delivers solutions and services that enable organisations to create, improve and maintain their mission critical communications networks.
Vital in the effective operation of the nation’s infrastructure and at the heart of many of the UK’s and Ireland’s best-known brands, telent operates within various industry sectors including Transport, Service Provider, Public Safety, Defence, Government/Public Services and Enterprise.
telent’s industry expertise and professionalism make the company a partner of choice for organisations at the forefront of the digital revolution.
Clients include BAE Systems, BT, Highways England, Interoute, London Ambulance Service, Merseyside Fire & Rescue, RNLI, Maritime Coast Guard Agency, Metropolitan Police, Network Rail, Sky, Transport for London and Virgin Media.
Additional information can be found at www.telent.com
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