eStruxture names Annie Corbeil as SVP and CFO
eStruxture, a pan-Canadian network solutions provider, has appointed Annie Corbeil as its senior vice president and chief financial officer.
Corbeil enters the role with 20 years’ industry experience and brings ‘a fresh perspective’ to the company helping to position it for further expansion and new initiatives across the region.
“With our recent acquisition and westward expansion to Vancouver, we knew it was time to grow our leadership division with exceptional new talent,” said Todd Coleman, president and CEO of eStruxture. “While we are impressed with the depth of Annie’s finance expertise, what we find particularly valuable is her diverse operational experience. She has worn many hats, and with a growing company like ours, that diversity of experience is tremendously valuable. Importantly, Annie’s experience with strategic planning, M&A integration, solutions implementation, and overall process improvements and business analysis is completely in-line with eStruxture’s future endeavours.”
Corbeil brings her vast experience in business operations and finance to the position having served as senior vice president of operations and finance at AMD Medicom, a global medical supply manufacturer and distributor. For them she oversaw finance, operations, IT regulatory affairs and quality assurance. In addition, she has also served as vice president of finance at Phillippe Dandurand Wines, as director of budgeting and planning at Rexel North America/Westburne.
“I am honoured to join an innovative and forward-thinking company like eStruxture,” added Corbeil. “Over the past several months, the team has been enhancing our core offerings to give customers the ability to grow, over the long term, within our hyperscale facilities. With this solid foundation in place, I look forward to leading the company to even more growth, now and into the future.”
In September of this year, eStruxture added Beanfield Metroconnect to its list of network ecosystem partners. Beanfield, a Toronto-based firm that operates the largest independent fibre network in the Greater Toronto area, agreed to deploy its networking in eStruxture’s Montreal facility, its first major data centre presence in the area.