Cetin Hungary Appoints New Managers
Independent, integrated telecommunications infrastructure provider Cetin Hungary Zrt. expanded its management team on March 7 with two new hires.
The newly created position of director of digitalization and transformation is now filled by György Gaszmann. The company's new operations director is Balázs Kővári, joining from Yettel Hungary.
Gaszmann is responsible for the development and implementation of Cetin Hungary's digitalization strategy, with a particular focus on the introduction of innovative and data-driven technologies and the resulting process optimization opportunities. In addition, he also supports the service provider's product development and pre-sales activities on the technology side.
Gaszmann joined Pannon GSM in 1999 as a transmission engineer. He later worked as an IP network design engineer and was responsible for technology engineering at Telenor Common Operation, the regional operations company of Telenor companies. He was then operations director at Cetin Hungary, from which position he comes to the position of director of digitalization and transformation.
Balázs Kővári, Cetin's new operations director is in charge of the smooth and high-quality operation of the company's national telecommunications network of around 4,000 base stations, data centers, and IT infrastructure.
He joined Pannon GSM in 1997. Apart from a short stint in the network planning directorate, he has always worked in the operations area, and for the last 20 years as a manager in both network and IT. Until joining Cetin Hungary, he worked for Yettel Hungary as an IT area manager, where he contributed to the successful launch of the Yettel brand by leading the technical project team.
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