CE On-Demand Supervisory Board Meeting elects Tamás Soós as new Chief Executive Officer.
CE On-Demand, the leading regional cloud enabler is pleased to announce the nomination of Tamás Soós as new Chief Executive Officer (CEO), based on the company’s Supervisory Board Meeting last week. Mr. Soós has 15 years’ of experience in small and medium sized businesses delivering IT services for large corporate customers. As the new CEO he replaces William Szentágotay, who remains Senior Executive Member of the Board at CE On-Demand.
Long-standing client of CE On-Demand has been recognised by the EuroCloud Europe Awards 2012 as one of top 3 cloud users in Europe.
Hungarian Water Rescue Service, long-standing client of CE On-Demand, has been recognised by the EuroCloud Europe Awards 2012 as one of top 3 cloud users in Europe based on organisational impact and productivity gains.
Docler Investments provides a 1M Euro mezzanine finance facility to cloud delivery company CE On-Demand.
Hungarian corporate venture capital investor Docler Investments has concluded an agreement to provide a EUR 1 million mezzanine finance facility to CE On-Demand, the fast-growing cloud delivery company based in Budapest, the fund’s managing director announced today.
Exclusive read from Viktor Kovács (CE On-Demand) and Sophie Papasavva (EM Finance Consulting) as appeared on Africa Telecom and IT site.
Telecom operators in the African continent should embrace the cloud, as it enables exciting value added services to become available on feature phones, at significantly lower costs and with fast go-to-market results, say Viktor Kovács, and Sophie Papasavva.
Second part of exclusive article for Telcos, appeared in Teletimes International July 2012 issue.
ITU estimates 1.2 billion of the world’s 5.8 billion mobile subscribers were active mobile broadband users at the end of 2011. At 20% smartphone penetration, the business opportunity for cloud services to penetrate 1.2 billion subscribers is clear, with e-mail, unified communications, collaboration and storage type services being the most obvious. What many telecom operators have yet to recognise is the opportunity that lies with the 4.6 billion mobile users worldwide who do not have access to latest technology devices. Telcos should look to cloud service providers’ expertise in cloud enablement services for feature phones. Strategic partnerships with players that can assist the telco in quickly monetising the cloud for low ARPU, pre-paid subscribers are key. The benefits of partnership are clear: faster conversion from feature phone to smartphone and all the benefits of higher ARPU.