Pierre Perrin-Monlouis Dernière mise à jour: 20 octobre 2021
Paris, October 12, 2005 – Alcatel (Paris: CGEP.PA and NYSE: ALA) today announced that Thomas Edig, Senior Vice President, Corporate Human Resources and member of the Executive Committee since March 2002, has decided to pursue his career outside Alcatel.
Thomas Edig will join T-Com, fixed network group of Deutsche Telekom, as Board Member in charge of Human Resources by April 1st, 2006 at the latest.
Serge Tchuruk : “I want to thank Thomas for his important contribution to the successful transformation of Alcatel. I wish him the best in his new assignment with one of the major European operators.”
His successor will be announced in due time to take effect on January 1st, 2006.
Thomas Edig had previously been Vice President, Human Resources in Central & Eastern Europe as well as Member of the Boards of Management and Human Resources Director of Alcatel Germany (Holding) and Alcatel SEL. He has been working at Alcatel since 1986 in different international management functions in the fields of Human Resources, Marketing, Sales and General Management.
Thomas Edig is a graduate in Business Administration from the University of Cooperative Education, Karlsruhe.
Alcatel provides communications solutions to telecommunication carriers, Internet service providers and enterprises for delivery of voice, data and video applications to their customers or employees. Alcatel brings its leading position in fixed and mobile broadband networks, applications and services, to help its partners and customers build a user-centric broadband world. With sales of EURO 12.3 billion and 56,000 employees in 2004, Alcatel operates in more than 130 countries.
T-Com, with 110 000 employees, is one of the largest fixed-network operators in Europe. With around 42.1 million narrowband and 7.1 million broadband lines (as of 30 June 2005), T-Com serves home and small-business subscribers in Germany, Hungary (via Magyar Telekom), Croatia (via T-Hrvatski Telekom) and Slovakia (via Slovak Telecom). In Germany, T-Com provides basic fixed-line infrastructure services to other parts of the Deutsche Telekom group and other telecommunications companies.
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