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KPN CIO to leave from Feb

Friday 7 December 2018 | 15:17 CET | News

KPN chief information officer Ben Hoving has announced his departure from the company on 1 February. Hoving said he is now ready for a new career move outside of KPN.Hoving headed a new innovation and digitisation strategy at KPN and reduced costs so far by EUR 650 million so far. Churn was also lowered, as KPN products became fully available online.

KPN announced during its Capital Market Day that it wants to save another EUR 350 million by 2021. Hoving will no longer contribute to these cost-saving measures.



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Companies: KPN
Countries: Netherlands
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