Secure | Inquisitive | Personal
Why we exist
We have been analysing billing data, contracts and expenses for over 25 years, well before the average business starting using the internet. Our first negotiation that resulted in a significant client refund was penned on the back of a napkin in 1991. Today we are still discovering insights that allow our clients to save money and make powerful, strategic decisions. We know we can help you too.Talk to us
Our clients are at the centre of all we do at Infoview. Success is realised when solid relationships are forged. We get to know you. Through deeper understanding, we can think outside of the data and in your best interests.
The Leadership Team
Sue brings over 21 years of telecommunications expense management and industry experience to Infoview. Sue has delivered millions in cost savings to her clients over the years and challenges the team to deliver value and insight in all client interaction.
Sue was previously the Director of PricewaterhouseCoopers TAMS practice (telecommunications and asset management services) buying out this practice in 2012, bringing her entire team and clients with her. She is responsible for Infoview's strategy, direction and future.
HEAD OF SALES AND MARKETING
Mary has over 15 years of experience in the IT & Telecommunications Industry. She is a strategic and commercially aligned sales Leader with an unwavering focus on the customer experience.
As the Head of Sales and Marketing, it is Mary’s responsibility to understand Infoview’s existing and prospective client’s business needs and provide them with insights to maximise business efficiency.
HEAD OF IT
Mark is a senior and respected developer who is managing the technology and system development team to support and deliver outstanding solutions to our clients and analysts. Mark has over 16 years experience in system development and project management, 8 years with InfoView.
Mark has been instrumental in the upgrade of TAMS to Oneview and in delivering innovative and leading edge solutions and functions, while continuing to support ‘business as usual’ operations.