CapRock Names Olivier as COO

Tuesday, November 21, 2006
CapRock Communications has appointed Bryan Olivier as the company's chief operating officer. Olivier, a telecommunications industry veteran, moves into this role from his former position as the company's chief technology officer. In the COO role, Olivier's responsibilities will include consolidating operations, information technology, project management, engineering and supply chain management into a single global platform. This approach will permit the company to continue serving customers by enhancing its comprehensive communications solutions, which include seamless service, support and technology integration around the world. Responsibilities of the chief operating officer were previously held by Errol Olivier, who is retiring after nearly seventeen years of service with the company. Bryan Olivier's appointment to COO, following Errol Olivier's retirement, is a part of the company's new organizational alignment around strategic markets. With this new structure, each key vertical will be managed by a market-specific executive for the energy, maritime andengineering and construction global businesses.
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