DFNN Inc., a expertise supplier to the gaming business, has introduced that Ricardo F. Banaag is its new president and CEO.
Banaag, the corporate’s former COO, replaces Calvin Lim, who turned the corporate’s government working director. Their appointments took impact on June 2.
“I’m honored to have this chance to guide crew DFNN to a sustained progress trajectory throughout its core and rising strains of enterprise,” Banaag stated.
Banaag has the depth of company expertise in creating the ICT Business within the Philippines. Previous to becoming a member of DFNN, he was president and nation supervisor for Intel Microelectronics Philippines Inc., a place he held for over 16 years. In that position, he was primarily accountable for all of Intel’s gross sales, advertising, and buyer help operations within the Philippines.
Earlier to becoming a member of Intel, the brand new CEO ran IBM’s private pc firm, and was managing the complete PC advertising and help operations for IBM Philippines.
DFNN additionally appointed Donald Limcaco as the corporate’s chief info officer. He may also be serving as COO of a number of DFNN working subsidiaries.
“Because the incoming CIO and COO of assorted subsidiaries, there may be recognition that the standard roles have remodeled to convey synergies from expertise coupled with operational excellence. I sit up for strengthening shopper relationships, establishing credibility with our shareholders, and driving impactful enterprise outcomes,” Limcaco stated.
Limcaco has over 30 years of expertise in administration consulting, mergers and acquisitions, digital transformation, program and portfolio administration, and Agile/DevOps for Fortune 500 organizations throughout North America, Europe and Asia.
He’s an completed practitioner in IT operations, change enablement, and strategic planning. His service persona is an issue solver, crew builder and greatest at bridging the hole between expertise, merchandise, and companies.
In the meantime, Jacob Edel was additionally appointed as vp for advertising.
He graduated from Copenhagen College with a level in Journalism and a grasp’s diploma in strategic administration from Oslo College.