Jakarta. Technology giant Google has appointed Tony Keusgen as its new country director for Indonesia, the company announced in a press release on Wednesday.
"It's an honor to work in one of the most important markets for Google," Keusgen, who was previously the managing director of Google New Zealand, said in the statement.
"As one of the Southeast Asian countries with the highest growing number of smartphone [users], Indonesia has helped drive a big change in the industry," he added.
Keusgen replaces Rudy Ramawy, who now serves as vice chairman of e-commerce company MatahariMall.com, after the latter resigned in March.
Keusgen has extensive experience with Google and its holding company, Alphabet, ever since he took on the national sales manager position with the company in 2007.