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iBASIS appoints new Chief Operating Officer

July 25, 2019 • Features, People

JC Geha, the new COO for iBASIS.

JC Geha, the new COO for iBASIS.

iBASIS, a communications solutions provider based in Lexington, Massachusetts, USA, recently announced the appointment of JC Geha as the company’s new Chief Operating Officer (COO). Geha was previously the Senior Vice President, Head of International Technology and Services for Deutsche Telekom, and of Managed Services for Ericsson. Geha’s knowledge and experience span 25 years of global industry relationships across Africa, the Middle East, the USA and Europe.

Geha, under this new title, will spearhead iBASIS’ global operations, product development and engineering IT. Geha will be reporting to Alexandre Pébereau, iBASIS’ CEO and Founder of the group Tofane Global with the responsibility to guide technology integration strategy as the group pursues its M&A path. The iBASIS commercial and corporate functions will remain unchanged by these new developments.

“Our entrepreneurial and transformation journey calls for complementary leadership in technology and operations. JC’s background and international expertise will enable us to further deliver on our customer experience. JC invested 25 years in developing partnerships with the best operators and digital players worldwide. He is a great addition to our executive team and iBASIS globally,” commented Alexandre Pébereau.

“I am excited to join the team that has propelled Tofane and iBASIS to the forefront of our industry. With my extensive experience in the industry, I will continue to drive the iBASIS global footprint, technology offering, and focus on customer experience to achieve immediate growth, leverage greater scale, adopt new solutions, and build on global competence. My intention is to ensure that we are on the best path for seamless networks, technology experience, and continuous innovation to enable our customers to be first in their respective markets, first across the globe, and first to achieve transformation,” said Geha.

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