Deutsche Telekom-owned Croatian telco T-Hrvatski Telekom’s youth-oriented ISP subsidiary Iskon has named Vedrana Zignjak as its new chief technology officer.
Zitnjak replaces Boris Drila, who has taken over as the parent company’s new chief technical and information technology officer.
Zitnjak will be charged with continuing to deliver quality broadband internet access, IPTV and fixed telephony to Iskon customers, as well as to develop new products from R&D arm Iskon Lab, which the company believes will be crucial to its ability to differentiate its services going forwards.
Zitnjak said that Iskon Lab, which has already developed a smart home solution for the company, is currently focused on developing “a solution that will change the way we choose and consume television”.
Zitnjak is a long-term Iskon staffer, having joined the company in 2000 as head of network services.
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09 April 2021 @ 19:00:01 UTC