A statement from the company, which was previously known ad SpeakServe, said it had appointed Tobias Raper as its chief executive for its Asia-Pacific operations.
内蒙快三预测一定牛Raper was formerly executive general manager at Aaron Sansoni Group, a provider of education and coaching to business owners, entrepreneurs and SMEs across Australia.
Prior to that, he was the regional vice-president for Research and Operations at expert network, Third Bridge and a financial analyst at SEI in London before that.
"When other Web conferencing providers are becoming so generic, they are used as verbs; one of our points of difference is that our white-label solution enables our customers to provide a customised meetings environment that is personally branded and suits their individual needs perfectly."
The company already works with local clients who demand robust security and a fully customisable virtual meetings and events conferencing solution. These include law firms including Eversheds Sutherland, banks and financial institutions like Canaccord Genuity, as well as several "expert networks" including Third Bridge, that require robust security and Australian data sovereignty for data privacy and compliance purposes.
"We are already seeing demand from customers that want to organise large virtual events for customers, investors, shareholders, channel partners and employees via Babl," said Tobias.
"We are extremely well-positioned to meet the specific needs of government and healthcare organisations, financial services firms, banks and law firms that want to host large and highly secure virtual events for stakeholders such as company announcements and earnings calls."
Jonathan Grant, global chief executive of Babl Cloud, said: "It's a really exciting time for Babl as we are seeing amazing growth potential in Australia and across the Asia Pacific region for our highly secure cloud-based meeting and event conferencing service.
"We already know and respect Tobias Raper and are extremely excited that he has joined us to spearhead our growth both nationally and regionally at such pivotal time, since so many people just cannot travel to meetings and events."