As a current or future customer of the new CenturyLink, you are our priority. Our success as a company lies primarily in our ability to deliver on your expectations. We’re confident we can create networking ecosystems and provide connections that adapt to your business needs and help your organization thrive. Your success is our success.

There is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to designing and managing your connections. Whether you’re a small business, an enterprise looking for national or global connectivity, a Fortune 100 company, or a federal, state or local government agency, we have the resources to serve your business.

We’ve aligned decision-making to be closer to you, our customers. The new CenturyLink is structured around five business units focused on customer segments. We can curate the expertise, commitment and solutions most relevant to your business — helping to ensure the best experience in the industry.

Put the new CenturyLink to work for your business. Meet our business unit leaders.

Local Government and Medium to Small Markets
Business customers seeking solutions at the local and state level and those with up to 500 employees.
Hear from Vernon Irvin President, Local Government and Medium to Small Markets

Strategic Enterprise and Government Markets 
Business customers with more than 500 employees, as well as federal and national government entities.
Hear from Ed Morche President, Strategic Enterprise and Government Markets

International Markets and Global Accounts 
Business customers representing the top 10 percent of Fortune Global 500 companies and companies in APAC, EMEA and LATAM regions
Hear from Laurinda Pang President, International Markets and Global Accounts

Wholesale Markets 
Companies that white label products, services and solutions to their customers
Hear from Lisa Miller President, Wholesale Markets

Consumer Markets
For customers interested in residential services
Hear from Maxine Moreau President, Consumer Markets