Sydney MSP Hotline IT names Jason LeGuier as new chief executive

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Sydney MSP Hotline IT names Jason LeGuier as new chief executive
Jason LeGuier at a recent CRN roundtable.

IT services provider Hotline IT has appointed Jason LeGuier as its new chief executive officer, joining a growing leadership team.

LeGuier replaces Michelle Joosse, who now oversees governance and commercial management as managing director.

Headquartered in Sydney, Hotline IT offers managed services, cloud, security, communications and print services to customers in Australia and New Zealand. It has partnerships with Dell, Cisco, Microsoft, VMware, Veeam, HP, and many others.

“We realise someone of Jason’s caliber has choices and we’re very excited that he has chosen to work with us. We’ve always had a strong focus on delivery and we think Jason’s strengths and natural flair rounds out our SLT nicely,” Joosse said in a statement.

“He brings a lot of skill and experience in customer engagement and a very practical approach to IT. This should resonate really well with both our existing and prospective customers.”

Rounding up the Hotline IT leadership team is general manager Nick Butler, who focuses on service delivery and customer satisfaction, and director Malcolm Joosse, who founded the company in 1993.

LeGuier was hired out of Sydney-based CustomTec, where he was principal for system integrations until February 2019. He spent most of his career with ERP vendor Baseplan Software, joining in 1995 and eventually becoming chief commercial officer in 2015.

“I’ve known Malcolm and Michelle for many years, and I am delighted to join them,” LeGuier said.

“HotlineIT is a great business, with clear values and purpose, providing excellent value to their customers. My job is simply to help them, help more companies.”

Earlier this year, LeGuier shared his thoughts with CRN in a recent roundtable discussing what multi-cloud means for customer networks.

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