Invitech announces new organizational structure
Invitech, a communications infrastructure and managed service provider announced organizational changes intensifying focus in key strategic areas and allowing the company to better serve its customers and their diverse business needs, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
The restructuring will allow better assistance of clients in their digital transformation, according to Invitech head Gerald Grace.
Invitech will reorganize into two business units.
The new infrastructure and carrier services unit will be headed by Albert Kis, who joined Invitech in 2017 and has over 20 years of experience in the international telecoms sector. He will serve as COO of the unit. Products include dark fiber, towers, colocation, managed leased line and ethernet services. The unit is responsible for the development and operation of fiber, transmission, radio and datacenter infrastructure.
Zsolt Kemendi becomes the COO of the enterprise services unit. Kemendi joined Invitech in 2012 and has extensive experience in both the telecoms and IT sectors. Products include connectivity, cloud, voice, security and a full-range end-user support services. The focus of the unit is to design and deliver information and communications technology (ICT) solutions that create value for customers and accelerate their digital transition.
László Marton, who joined Invitech in 2010 has been appointed COO corporate sales and customer care. Invitechʼs corporate sales unit for large accounts is organized into industry specialist teams including banking, government, leisure, healthcare, retail and manufacturing plus a team focused on mid-sized companies. Invitech says it intends to improve communication with customers and help them to better understand and serve their ICT requirements with the unit.
“Invitech’s mission is to help our customers solve their infrastructure and ICT business needs," explains CEO Gerald Grace. "We expect these needs to increase significantly with the continued digitalization of the economy accelerated by the planned deployment of 5G technology in Hungary. Our organizational changes, together with continued investments in infrastructure, technology and people are how we intend to help our customers in their digital transformation journey”.
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