Comviva gets new Middle East and North Africa market unit head

Comes as company is "aggressively focusing on expanding" in the region.
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Comviva has a new MENA market unit head.

Comviva has announced Ramy Moselhy as the new market unit head for Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

The appointment comes at a time when Comviva is "aggressively focusing on expanding its footprint across the MENA region to achieve the next growth phase," the company claims. Comviva is also reportedly targeting over two-fold business growth in the region over the next three years, with a strong focus on digital solutions and data analytics technologies.

Says Manoranjan ‘Mao’ Mohapatra, Comviva CEO: “The mobility solutions space in MENA region is set to witness a significant growth with the ongoing digital transformation of the region led by the increasing penetration of digital technologies and last mile network connectivity. At Comviva, our focus is to enhance the end-user’s mobile experience and improve partners’ business performance through our innovative solutions.’’

Moselhy says: “I am excited to be a part of Comviva’s global leadership team at a time when the company is aggressively focusing on extending its footprint in MENA. I’m truly impressed by the track record, investments, and the solutions that Comviva is offering in the region. I look forward to leading the MENA market unit and working closely with the existing team.”

Moselhy has almsot two decades of experience in a wide range of multinational environments in sales management roles. Prior to joining Comviva, he most recently led the global sales and growth strategy across the MENA region at eServGlobal. He has also served several global sales management roles in Ericsson and Vodafone Group.

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