Rans named CEO of Digicel Bermuda and BTC
Bermudian Leslie Rans has been appointed chief executive officer of Digicel Bermuda and BTC.
Ms Rans succeeds Paul Stafford in the top job following her two-year tenure as CEO of Bermuda Aviation Services. The company said Mr Stafford is moving to another role within Digicel Group.
Ms Rans said: “I am delighted to be joining the team at a time when Digicel is building its digital future. As we journey towards becoming a digital lifestyle partner for our customers, I’m looking forward to leveraging our world-class networks and platforms and compelling content portfolio to deliver an amazing experience to our valued customers in Bermuda.”
Charles Marshall, chairman of the board at Digicel Bermuda/BTC, said: “I would like to thank Paul Stafford for all the hard work he has done here over the past two years. Through his hard work and vision, Digicel Bermuda has seen significant growth and operational improvements across business and built the foundations for the next phase of digital evolution with a strong focus on improved customer experience. I wish him continued success in all his new endeavours.”
He added: “I welcome Leslie to the Digicel/BTC family. Her record is impressive and speaks for itself. I am very much looking forward to working with her, as we continue introducing the exciting, new technologies which will benefit all of Bermuda in the future.”
Ms Rans spent 18 years in a variety of senior leadership positions including at One Communications (formerly KeyTech Ltd) and BTC.
“Passionate about building strong teams and achieving sustained profitability in a rapidly evolving industry, she will leverage her in-depth insights into the needs, values and culture of the Bermudian people to deliver the best experience to all Digicel’s customers,” the company said.
Jean-Yves Charlier, Digicel group CEO, said: “As we go all in on digital services, Leslie’s impressive and extensive track record with some of Bermuda’s foremost organisations positions her perfectly to lead our team in Bermuda.”
He added: “I would like to thank Paul for his service in Bermuda and to congratulate Leslie on her appointment and wish her every success.”
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