June 27, 2012(Belgrade, June 27, 2012) Management of TeleGroup company appointed Aleksandar Antunovic (39) as new Director of TeleGroup d.o.o. Beograd company and Chief Operational Officer for Serbia, BiH and Bulgaria, who executes dual function as of June 1, 2012. For more than 14 years working in the field of information – communication technologies, he gained international experience cooperating with global hi-tech companies such as HP, IBM, Cisco, Juniper, Huawei, Microsoft, Ericsson, Motorola, Alcatel-Lucent, Aastra, Nice Systems, Check Point and many others. During his career, he held top management positions being Chief Technical Officer of daughter company TeleGroup d.o.o. Banja Luka as from 2003 – 2007 and from September 2007 to June 2012 he acts as Director of the said company. Mr. Antunovic gained first professional experience in 1998 operating engineering activities in TeleGroup Banja Luka, while he studied Electrical Engineering at Banja Luka University at the same time.
- I am flattered and happy for given trust to further improve this exquisite company, which successfully deals with integration of ICT systems and software applications and telecommunication, electric power and gas infrastructure engineering for two decades in a row. Together with daughter companies in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Bulgaria (TeleGroup Banja Luka and TeleGroup Sofia), as well as with partner network in Montenegro and Macedonia, TeleGroup is ranked among the leading “ICT Solution Providers” in the region. In that regard, my responsibility is bigger as I am aware that business customers both in Serbia and the region are used to get the best service quality from "TeleGroup". Fulfillment of those and even greater expectations will be my priority. I will put all my efforts in order that TeleGroup Beograd improves its position on the Serbian and region market always offering the latest technical solutions, which will enable our customers to develop their own business better and more efficiently - said Antunovic.
Aleksandar Antunovic (BIO)
Aleksandar Antunovic was born in 1973 in Slavonski Brod, Croatia. He graduated in 2000 from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Banja Luka (www.etfbl.net), BiH, Department of Electronics and Telecommunications and gained a graduate degree in Electrical Engineering. He completed postgraduate management studies in 2010 at IEDC Bled School of Management (www.iedc.si), Slovenia and earned a Master of Business Administration (MBA).
Since 2001, TeleGroup deals with integration of telecommunications, electric power and gas infrastructure, implementation of ICT solutions and software applications for government, public and financial sector, telecom operators, service providers and SMEs. In addition to consulting, design and construction of fixed and wireless communication infrastructure, TeleGroup has positioned itself in the field of information – communication technologies, among the leading suppliers of IT solutions and systems for the Unified Communications market in the Western Balkans.
Applying the latest technological trends, TeleGroup is now a certified partner of the world's largest ICT manufacturers and energy industries such as Motorola, IBM, Cisco, Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, Polycom, Aastra, AudioCodes, NICE, 3M, Tyco Electronics, Bosch, Schneider Electric and other.
TeleGroup employs 200 professionals, with 40% of highly educated and over than 70% of employees younger than 40 years. This is a project-oriented team implying the implementation of activities in different technological fields, whether it is the implementation of operations in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Macedonia or Montenegro.
TeleGroup annually generates about 15 million EUR turnover, and the best business result with a turnover of over 18 million EUR has been achieved in 2008.
TeleGroup believes that the future lies in quality offer and the implementation of specialized ICT platforms for convergent power grid, providing of Cloud services and further development of M2M platforms (mHealth, mPayment, mBanking, mTicketing).