Former Deutsche Telekom Group CIO Joins cVidya's Advisory Board
cVidya Networks, (www.cvidya.com) a global leader of innovative Revenue Intelligence Analytics solutions for communication service providers, announced the appointment of former CIO of Deutsche Telekom Group, Dr. Steffen Roehn to the cVidya's Advisory Board. With 25 years of hands-on experience as a management consultant, CIO, entrepreneur and CEO, - thereof 13 years in telecommunications - Dr. Roehn brings extensive experience to cVidya's board.
"Dr. Roehn was invited to join the Advisory Board to provide strategic guidance and planning support for cVidya's continued international expansion and further developments. We are pleased Dr. Roehn has accepted our invitation and look forward to his contribution to the company's success", commented Alon Aginsky, CEO at cVidya Networks. "Dr. Roehn's knowledge and industry experience will be an invaluable asset on the Advisory Board as cVidya is currently pursuing its international expansion strategy, accelerating its growth prospects, and heading into new market segments with its centralized analytics platform."
"I am honored to join the Advisory Board of cVidya", commented Dr. Roehn. "cVidya is poised for considerable growth, and I look forward to assisting on strategic opportunities and challenges arising within the telecommunication sectors. I share the management vision providing analytical insights for quicker and more accurate decision making processes as well as cVidya's team's enthusiasm of continuing to build this globally recognized and innovative company".
Prior to joining cVidya, Dr. Roehn served as CIO at Deutsche Telekom, Europe's largest telecommunications company. He also served as CIO at T-Mobile International and T-Mobile Deutschland, as well as the CEO of Diebold Management Consulting (acquired by DeTeCon). He is the founder and CEO of Roehn Management Consulting.
Dr. Roehn received his Doctorate at the Physics Institute, University of Mainz and CERN, European Nuclear Research Centre, Geneva.