DigiPlex appoints Fredrik Jansson as Chief Commercial Officer
DigiPlex has expanded its executive team with the appointment of Fredrik Jansson (pictured) as Chief Commercial Officer.
Prior to this, Jansson was Chief Strategy, Marketing and Communications Officer at DigiPlex, and in his new role, he will head a new commercial unit responsible for all sales and marketing/communications efforts globally, and report to CEO, Wiljar Nesse.
Jansson joined DigiPlex in 2016 and under his leadership, the company has received 15 international awards for its rapid transformation.
Commenting on the appointment, DigiPlex CEO, Wiljar Nesse said, “Today’s fast-moving digital economy is creating a huge demand for our services, from built-to-suit facilities for global hyperscalers, to flexible colocation for organizations of all sizes looking for high-quality partners to help them digitalise their operations.
“Fredrik’s new role as CCO will cement our leadership and help us to continue to deliver innovative, effective solutions to the market.”
Before joining DigiPlex, Jansson held several leadership roles at Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) in a distinguished career spanning over a decade and 40+ international awards for excellence.
During his time with TCS, the firm grew from $1 billion to $16.5 billion in revenue and from 40,000 to 370,000 employees.
His last position at TCS was as Chief Brand Officer responsible for all brand building activities across 21 European markets.
“This is a hugely exciting time to be working at DigiPlex and in the expanding data center sector,” commented Jansson.
“The two biggest trends impacting our world – digitalization and sustainability – will increasingly meet in the data center. This role brings together our super-strong teams and capabilities in international and Nordic sales, hyperscale business development, marketing, communications, brand, sales operations and go to market, into a single focused commercial unit fit for today’s dynamic market. I am proud to lead this team as we take yet another leap forward.”