Lauren Kehoe Joins Viatel Technology Group as Head of Product Strategy
Updated: Nov 23, 2022
Viatel Technology Group, Ireland’s leading digital services group, is delighted to announce the appointment of Lauren Kehoe as Head of Group Product Strategy. Lauren joins the company with extensive strategic product experience from roles with Ericsson and Vodafone Ireland.
Viatel Group CEO, Paul Rellis, said “We are excited to welcome Lauren to the team. As Head of Group Product Strategy, Lauren is going to play a significant role in guaranteeing our ongoing empowerment of customers and partners.”
Eilish O’Connor, CTO with Viatel Technology Group, welcomed the appointment saying that “Lauren brings a wealth of product knowledge specific to the technology and business comms sectors to the team at Viatel. We are delighted to have the benefit of Lauren’s expertise as we look to bring new technologies to the market in 2023. Customer service is always topmost in our priorities, and we look forward to her input on refining the user-experience across our entire product offering.”
With a bachelor’s degree in telecommunications engineering, Lauren most recently worked with Vodafone Ireland as Head of Business Product. Lauren says “I am excited to join Viatel at such a pivotal time. The appetite for growth and the trajectory for the coming years is hugely exciting. There is a fantastic product team in place and I can’t wait to get to work.”
Watch: Lauren Kehoe chats with Viatel Technology Group CTO, Eilish O'Connor.
Impressive organic growth and a series of acquisitions has catapulted Viatel Technology Group’s evolution from a classic telecoms company to a rapidly expanding digital services powerhouse. Viatel now employs almost 300 people with locations throughout Ireland. The company partners with over 5,000 enterprises including many household names and global brands. The Viatel customer base spans many industries but it is notably strong in the financial services, healthcare and retail sectors. Revenues for 2022 are expected to exceed €70 million euros, a figure forecasted to multiply in the coming years as the group expands its international footprint and continues to gain domestic market share.