30 March 2004
+++ New Organizational Chart Announced +++
Responding to the changes brought about in the financial,
business and technological fields at an international as well as local
level, INTRACOM, the largest state-of-the-art technology company in South-eastern
Europe, reformed its business model as well as organizational chart. As
Mr. George Deligiannis, INTRACOM's Managing Director, announced: "The
purpose of reconsidering our organizational structure is to maintain continuous
growth and profitability and implement our fundamental strategy for penetration
and expansion in even more international markets. Since 1977, the year
INTRACOM was established, the company has been identified with the most
significant -historically speaking- investment ever made in Greece, in
the development of large-scale integrated high-tech solutions. Our aim
is to export Greek technology in even more markets around the world."
The new organizational chart involves:
Focusing on four (4) activity pillars, which are:
- Defense Electronics
- E-Government, and
- Banking and Finance
To cater for INTRACOM's customers, active in the above
fields, six vertical (6) Strategic Business Units (SBUs) were formed.
Each SBU consists of market development, products & services development,
and project implementation as their main keystones. These Strategic Business
Units are as follows:
1. Telecommunications - Access, Transmission & Terminals,
Mr. A. Dimopoulos, General Manager
2. Telecommunications - Multiservice Networks, Mr. G. Votsis, General
3. Telecommunications - Operations & Business Support Systems, Mr.
J. Kalogeras, General Manager
4. Defense Electronics Systems, Mr. G. Troullinos, General Manager
5. E-Government Systems, Mr. S. Pomonis, General Manager
6. Banking & Finance Systems, Mr. D. Plagiannis, General Manager
- Establishment of the Support Service Unit (SSU) Strategic
Accounts, focusing on customers of strategic importance in Greece and abroad, with the purpose of optimally
coordinating customer care services provision. The Head of this Unit is the Managing
Director himself, Mr. George Deligiannis.
- Establishment of the Support Service Unit (SSU) Marketing
& International Operations, aiming at enhancing the Group's international course and presence, achieving
strategic alliances, and promoting the corporate image both in Greece and abroad, with Mr. A.
Manos as General Manager.
- Establishment of the Technical Operations & Customer
Support SSU, which aims at upgrading the quality of services offered by the company to its customers, and
at better capitalization on its resources, with Mr. S. Chatziagapis as General Manager.
- Upgrade of the Corporate Finance & Administration
SSU, with the addition of new activities for the optimization of corporate governance with the purpose of creating
a flexible and effective scheme towards ensuring prosperous conditions for development. Head
of this unit is the Vice-President Mr. D. Klonis.
- Upgrade of the Human Resources SSU, with the addition
of new activities, aiming at applying a modern evaluation and development policy of the company's human resources,
which, as Mr. G. Deligiannis reported, "constitutes the company's primary
asset and comprises of an
excellent scientific team and executives of long-standing international
experience". Mr. M. Prountzos is in charge of the Human Resources Department.
Within the framework of a uniform and comprehensive
approach to the Group's strategic policy, a Corporate Strategy Committee
was set up, coordinated by Mr. A. Anninos, General Manager. The Group's
subsidiaries will also participate in this Committee with the purpose
of establishing a common strategic ground and a uniform approach to know-how
management and exploitation of synergies.
At the same time, the company is considering creating
a new strategic business unit with the purpose of providing telecom services
in Greece and in selected markets abroad.
The new organizational chart was announced in the presence
of more than 150 top company executives. Mr. G. Deligiannis concluded
his speech by inviting all executives to actively participate in this
significant reorganization, whose, as he asserted, primary goal is to
maximize value added for the clients, the shareholders, the partners,
and the company's workforce.