Managing mobility in a diverse region
Few markets can match Asia-Pacific in terms of its rapid expansion and sheer commercial diversity. The region includes advanced economies such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand - similar to those of Western Europe and the USA. It also includes takes in the less developed economies of Oceania - plus China and India, two of the world's fastest-growing markets.
Meeting the challenges you face
The high level of satisfaction with our solutions has been confirmed in a survey by independent analysts Ovum - identifying us as the market-leading provider of managed mobility services in the Asia-Pacific sector. Here's how we're helping customers meet their key business requirements.
Multi-national organisations throughout the Asia-Pacific region are keen to cut expenditure while improving efficiency. However, 67% couldn't forecast their global telecoms spend accurately. In a fragmented market, factors like multiple contracts and suppliers, a range of administrative processes and increasing numbers of mobile workers make this difficult to resolve.
Our solution is to make things simple. We provide a complete overview of the global communications infrastructure for both fixed and mobile telephony. This gives businesses control over costs, logistics and security. And equips them to stay agile and competitive in a fast-changing world.
Whether it's to improve work/life balance, boost productivity or reduce the need for business travel, employers across the region are facing pressure to implement flexible working practices. But many perceive a number of barriers to this -- such as the potential costs and time involved, or worries about blurring the boundaries between life in and out of work.
We can help -- with products, processes and support that can increase competitiveness and efficiencies through remote working.
If companies enable employees to work remotely, how can they access their network and share data without compromising security?
Our footprint across Asia-Pacific
We provide excellent service to our customers across Asia Pacific via our operating companies, partners and affiliates.
The Conexus Alliance
Hong KongHutchison Telecom
South KoreaKT Corp
PhilippinesSmart Communications Inc.
Our operating companies and partners across the rest of the region
MalaysiaCelcom Axiata Berhad
Papua New Guineabmobile
Our team and offices
How to find us
Our Asia-Pacific head office is in Singapore:
A location within close proximity to other Asian countries. Singapore also has a large number of multi-national organisations based in the city-state itself. This complements our other Offices based in Australia, India, Fiji and New Zealand.
Our team on the ground
Ben Elms - Regional Director, Asia Pacific and Northern Europe
Based in Singapore, Ben Elms leads Vodafone Global Enterprise's operations in India, Australia and New Zealand, - and through partnerships across China, South and South East Asia and North Asia.
Ben’s mandate is to further strengthen and expand Vodafone service capabilities as the region’s go-to brand for enterprises seeking innovative, robust total communications solutions. He heads up a team of over 500 employees working across sales, customer management and support services for our multinational customers in Asia-Pacific. He is also responsible for managing our relationships with the leading telecom operators across the region.
Prior to this, Ben was Executive Vice President in charge of sales for Vodafone Global Enterprise in Asia-Pacific. Ben served as Enterprise Business Unit Director in Australia till 2013. Ben joined Vodafone in 2004 and has held multiple leadership roles within marketing, strategy, product and business teams across the world.
Before joining Vodafone, Ben worked at Hewlett Packard in the Global Consulting and Integration business where he led the implementation of strategic programmes and offshore outsourcing of internal development capabilities. Prior to this Ben has held senior positions in a global not for profit organisation working to build schools and infrastructure in East, West and South Africa.
Born in England, Ben has lived and worked in Australia, Canada, across Europe, in East and South Africa as well as the United States. He currently lives in Singapore with his wife and four daughters. Ben has an MBA from Henley Management College. In his spare time, he likes to cycle, run and go snowboarding.