Network firm Cisco has appointed Ricardo Mucchi as its new country manager for a Brazilian subsidiary.
Mucci Laércio Albuquerque successful, Joe was promoted to regional role in March As part of the company’s strategy to accelerate the uptake and development of network systems in this area in terms of digital transformation.
Muchi, a former head of Cisco’s enterprise sector in Brazil, joined the company in 2017 as director of the firm’s public sector practice. The new leader was involved with Brazilian city governments in various projects aimed at ensuring the continuity of necessary activities through the company’s technologies in areas such as health, education and the judiciary.
Muchi, a veteran of Brazil’s technology sector, has been working in the field for the past two years. Prior to Cisco, the executive was public sector director at Oracle, and he also held senior positions at companies such as IBM and Telefonica.
“As a leader focused on business growth and digital transformation, Muchi will play a key role in helping our customers and partners in their digital journey, as the business moves toward the so-called hybrid model,” said Larcio Albuquerque, vice president of Cisco Latin America In terms of new country managers, who are also working to expand the footprint of the Cisco Networking Academy, the firm’s education and employment program, in partnership with governments nationwide.
“Companies and governments are moving fast in digital transformation and we want to help our customers develop new secure applications and prepare for the future hybrid world, where the cloud should be at the center of everything,” Muchi said. This will be made possible by strengthening the firm’s channel ecosystem.