There is a new man at the helm of LIME in Barbados. The telecommunications provider says Oliver Chatten comes to LIME with a proven track record of success in the mobile telecommunications industry,
A statement from LIME today said that Chatten’s appointment marks greater attention to data services as the telecoms company adjusts its primary focus from fixed voice service.
“LIME will continue to play a vital role in ensuring connectivity in Barbados, and I look forward to working with the LIME Barbados team to this end. I am delighted to have been given the opportunity to refine the operations here towards becoming a more customer-focused organisation,” the new CEO said.
In making the announcement, Martin Roos, chief executive officer, LIME Caribbean, noted that Chatten had worked extensively in the Caribbean and Central America with Digicel where he held CEO positions in Panama and in the Dutch and Southern Caribbean.
In addition to Oliver’s appointment in Barbados, he also announced the appointment of Bill McCabe as CEO for the Cayman Islands; Jan Remmelg as CEO for LIME’s Northern Cluster; and Geraldine Pitt as CEO for the Southern Cluster.
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