Thursday, January 14, 2016
Melita has announced a new appointment within its senior management team as part of its continuous drive to support the company’s growth.
Mr. Malcolm Briffa has been appointed to the position of Director of Business Services. In his experience with Melita he previously occupied various roles including Director of Customer Experience and PR, Director of Strategic Projects and Head of Marketing.
In this new role, Mr Briffa will be responsible for the development of telecommunications services and solutions for business customers, ranging from traditional telecommunications services to tailor made fibre connectivity across Malta and Gozo, international links, multi-line telephony and mobile services.
Following Melita’s investment to build Malta’s largest data centre, Mr Briffa will also be responsible to attract local and international clients to make use of the company’s co-location and data centre facilities as a main hub or disaster recovery site.
“I am delighted to welcome Malcolm in his new senior role at Melita. He brings years of experience in the telecom industry, working his way up the ranks within the company. His role will be pivotal in the implementation of Melita’s growth strategy for individual and corporate business customers as well as developing Melita’s state-of-the-art data centre into a thriving hub of activity. This appointment underlines Melita’s special commitment to enhance communications, product offerings and relationships with the business community”, said Mr Andrei Torriani, Melita’s Chief Executive Officer.
Melita is Malta’s leading provider of next generation broadband, fixed and wireless connectivity services, and owns and operates Malta’s largest data centre facility built to Tier 3 specifications. Through its advanced converged nationwide network reaching over 99 percent of the dwellings in Malta, Melita serves the growing telecommunication needs of small and large businesses along with leading positions in the broadband, Pay-TV and mobile consumer markets. The company’s redundant submarine fiber cables connecting Malta to mainland Europe, provide high quality connectivity to Malta’s growing financial, online and technology service providers, through its Milan based peering capabilities to the world’s leading connectivity providers.