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Look Who’s Back: Macquarie Government Appoints Dayle Wilson as Product and Ops Head

January 17 2019 -- Macquarie Government has announced Dayle Wilson has returned to the Macquarie family, taking on the role of head of product and operations to support the business’s expanding range of built-for-government services, including its Australian Signals Directorate (ASD)-certified Government cloud services.

Mr Wilson, who was most recently Chief Operating Officer at Brennan IT, spent a decade with Macquarie Telecom Group across numerous key technology roles, culminating in Chief Technology Officer. 

Dayle Wilson - Macquarie Government“This is an exciting time in Macquarie Government, with the ongoing investment in building cloud and information security services and products to precisely meet the needs of government agencies now and into the future,” Mr Wilson said of his new role as chief product and operations officer.

“Macquarie Government has a unique position. On the one hand, it can leverage the Macquarie Telecom Group’s 27 years’ heritage as a proudly Australian challenger communications business with a laser focus on customer service and commitment to bringing to market pioneering technology.

“But Macquarie Government itself is solely devoted to understanding and meeting the needs of government agency customers, supported by a team of more than 100 government security certified engineers, all based in Australia.”

There is  growing recognition by governments around the world of the need to develop national capability in both cloud and cyber security.

“Macquarie Government’s recent strong growth shows it is well placed to respond to these priorities from Federal and state governments,” Mr Wilson said. 

“I’m excited to have the opportunity to come back to Macquarie to be a part of building what I believe is a business for the future,” he said.

 

FQ Editor

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