Deloitte appointed Paul Sallomi, partner of Deloitte Tax, to national sector leader for technology within Deloitte’s technology, media and telecommunications practice.

Sallomi succeeds Eric Openshaw, who held the position for the past nine years and will continue in his role as national industry leader for Deloitte TMT.

Sallomi, who has had a number of Deloitte leadership roles in tax, will work to grow and strengthen the technology practice and lead strategic industry research and service development and delivery to clients.

"Paul has held a number of significant leadership roles at Deloitte and as a result brings a unique perspective and deep industry knowledge that will help clients address the quickly evolving business landscape," stated Eric Openshaw, vice chairman and U.S. technology, media and telecommunications leader of Deloitte. "Paul is committed to quality and addressing the needs of clients and I'd like to congratulate him in his new role as national sector leader for technology."

Sallomi was previously U.S. tax TMT industry leader and U.S. tax technology sector leader, developing a community of professionals and clients in overseeing technical content, facilitating seminars, and participating in the planning, deliver and satisfaction assessment processes for Deloitte’s TMT clients.

"The intersection of disruptive forces including cloud, mobile, social and the Internet of Things are opening up new revenue streams and opportunities for businesses that can give them a strategic advantage over their competitors if properly leveraged," stated Sallomi. "These disruptive forces are quickly becoming table stakes for the industry, but many enterprises are still in the beginning stages of discussing these technologies and figuring ways to enter new markets and provide integrated solutions. As part of my new role I look forward to working with clients to determine the impact these technologies will have on their businesses and how best to implement them."

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