Athens, Greece -- Intracom Telecom, a global telecommunication systems and solutions vendor, with headquarters here announced today it began operations in Spain, reflecting its vision and desire to participate as a key international player in the modernization process of Mediterranean economies.
The inauguration event took place on September 27th at the Greek Ambassador’s Residence in Madrid.
Intracom Telecom's Spanish subsidiary, located in Madrid, offers specialized local support for customers’ needs. Specialists will prepare customers for the eras of 5G and digital transformation. The local company focuses on promoting the full portfolio of Intracom Telecom Group including wireless access & transmission, telco software, Internet of Things (IoT) enabling solutions and Smart City offerings.
"We started spreading the values and all the potential of the company in the south of Europe and in Latin America," said Ercole Rovida, vice president of sales for Iberia, Italy and LATAM. "In Spain, I am confident we are on the right track. Intracom Telecom is ready to add value, to be flexible and to listen to our customers'. We address Spain as a high priority strategic market and we are here to work hard with our customers and partners to enable them achieve their business goals."
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