Invitel separates residential and corporate branches
The corporate and wholesale branch of Invitel Hungary is breaking away from the firm and will operate independently under the name of Invitech Megoldások Zrt. (Invitech Solutions) as of July, according to a press release issued today.
The company will continue to serve its more than 6,000 clients across the country, the press statement noted.
In the new hierarchy, the management and ownership of the companies will remain the same, however residential and wholesale branches will be separated.
“IT and telecommunication are becoming a more important part of our lives, as private users at home, as professional users in our jobs, or as business leaders … but as infocommunication technologies differ from each other in the case of bigger organizations, we decided to separate Invitech Solutions from Invitel,” David Blunck (pictured), Invitel CEO, said today at a press conference announcing the changes.
“Time has come for setting off as a separate firm … with an integrated and tightly cooperating hierarchy,” Áron Jávorniczky, leader of the corporate and wholesale branch, said.
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