Keith Murray

Keith Murray

Keith Murray joined Schneider Electric in April 2011. He is a Vice President responsible for Schneider Electric's IT Business Strategy, M&A and Services business in APJ. Keith has over 12 years experience in the Telecommunications and IT industries with both large Infrastructure Providers and Service Providers. He has experience in spearheading and implementing strategies, in leading sales and business development teams and consulting to companies who wish to outsource their telecommunications and IT infrastructure. Keith has a substantial amount of negotiating experience in the areas of IT outsourcing and infrastructure transactions, bilateral partnership agreements, (cross border) acquisitions and joint venture agreements. From 1999 to 2007 Keith held various positions in Alcatel-Lucent including Director - Corporate Finance, Head of Sales, European Service Providers, Head of Business Development, UK & Europe and Management Consultant focused on outsourcing transactions. From 2007 -2009 Keith was Director of Strategy and Business Development for Asia Pacific at BT Global Services. Most recently, Keith has served as a consultant to Telstra International Limited focused on projects in the areas of core strategy, negotiation of outsourcing agreements and emerging market entry planning and execution. Keith holds a Master of Business Administration from London Business School, a Master of Science in International Business and Telecommunications from University College London and a Bachelors of Science (Honors) in Physics from The University of Glasgow.

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The Data Center Services Lifecycle: Go Beyond Design/Build

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