Gary D. Williamson has joined OneVizion, an information management platform provider for rapid data and application innovation for the telecom industry, government and other enterprise customers.
“We are pleased to welcome a recognized industry leader and visionary such as Gary to take OneVizion’s established and proven telecom solutions to the next level,” said OneVizion CEO John Patton.
Most recently, as a principal for Vertix Consulting, Williamson helped clients such as MasTec, Crown, ATC and Sprint. Previous to this, he owned his own consulting firm with clients such as Uniti, Google Fiber and Sitetracker.
He also held numerous senior positions for Nexius Solutions where he was responsible for the Software Solutions group, Sprint account, quality and safety, strategy and presales. At Siterra Corp., he developed the strategic vision for the organization as well as leading Product Management and Product Development, Marketing, and Client Services.
At Wireless Facilities, Inc. as Vice President of National Program Management and Project Controls, he provided consulting services to Accenture for wireless carrier best business practices, including core and site development, and also created a national PMO for site delivery of 5,000 turnkey new-build sites for a major carrier. Williamson also created and managed a new consulting business unit, Impact Consulting, for Epic Data International.
“OneVizion’s highly scalable platform has long helped the Telecom ecosystem, from the carriers through the supply chain, easily import and integrate disparate data while providing thousands of users visibility and control of complex projects,” Williamson said. “This success makes OneVizion the perfect technology partner to meet tectonic industry challenges such as 5G and IoT. I am excited to exploit this versatile platform to help customers accelerate innovation, change and business outcomes,” he said.
Williamson holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Texas, served in the U.S. Navy where he began his career in technology and is a member of the Project Management Institute.
January 23, 2019