Croatian service provider T-Hrvatski Telekom, owned by Deutsche Telekom, has named Boris Dril as chief technology officer and member of the company’s management board for a further three-year term.
The appointment means that Dril wil cointinue as T-HT CTO after January 1, when his current term expires.
Drilo jointed T-HT in 2012 from Ericsson Group, where he spent 12 years in various senior positions.
He was named member of the management board for technology and information technology of the telco in 2017, having previously served as director of the CTIO area management division. He hasl also served as a member of the management board for technology and information technology at T-HT subsidiary Iskon Internet between 2014-16.
As of January 1, the operator’s management board will comprise Drilo, CEO and head of the business division Konstantinos Nempis, CFO Daniel Daub, Natasa Rapaić, in charge of the consumer business, and HR chief Ivan Bartulović.
“It is with great pleasure that I welcome the appointment of Boris for another term of office. He has so far achieved excellent results in the construction and modernization of HT’s networks and infrastructure and I am confident that we will continue to work with us to continue investing in the optical network and 5G, accelerating the digital transformation of the company and the Croatian economy, and connect all Croatian citizens and companies through the opportunities that technology provides today, all with the aim of creating a better environment for our society,” said Nempis.
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