Anwar Sebastian Timol is from Brooklyn, NY, and comes from a legacy in telecommunications being that both parents retired from Verizon, BellAtlantic, NYNEX, NY Telephone. In 2014, after a dozen years working for carrier’s enterprise division, Mr. Timol founded CloudOgre.com to make it help companies implement solutions from multiple carriers and vendors.
A graduate from Stony Brook University in Long Island, Mr. Timol started his career knocking on doors for a small CLEC and quickly advanced into complex solutions sales. “It all started with Basic 10 on my Commodore 64, then I got a Mac Classic and Prodigy over my own telephone line.” His understanding is macroscopic so he loves leading a discussion form a whiteboard.
“Every company I’ve ever worked for has been a part to a merger or acquisition, leaving employees disgruntled and customers scrambling to make sense.” Mr. Timol decided that he is more valuable to both clients and carriers by acting as a partner, instead of consultant or employee. His knowledge is valuable and he is discreetly relied upon by some of the largest companies in the world.
The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Anwar Sebastian Timol and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.
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