14 September 2018
Yolanda Serena, the newly appointed Wholesale & Interconnect Manager at Lleida.net
Madrid, September 11.- Yolanda Serena has been named Wholesale & Interconnect Manager at Lleida.net. She is responsible for the team in charge of negotiating the company's interconnections with other operators, hubs and aggregators worldwide, for the sending and receiving of SMS, both in the P2P (Person to Person) market and in the A2P (Application to Person) market.
She will also attend international fairs and congresses in the sector identifying new market needs for the definition of new services and business strategies.
Since 2014, Serena had worked as Interconnection Manager of Lleida.net, negotiating with international suppliers and customers.
Yolanda Serena has a BS in Telecommunications Engineering from the University of Zaragoza and before joining the operator she worked in positions related to the management of projects, equipment and resources in companies such as Grupo Nexus Energía, and in consulting companies such as Indra and Isdefe, where collaborated in the Process of Implementation and System Integration of the New Airport Environment of Barcelona.
360 INTERCONNECTION AGREEMENTS
Lleida.net, which is listed on the Alternative Stock Market (MAB), has more than 360 interconnection agreements in more than 150 countries.
The leading company not only in the field of electronic notification and contracting, but also as an operator and wholesaler in SMS solutions and a specialist in data validation.
With offices in Madrid, Lleida, London, Miami and Bogota and branch offices in Ireland, Brazil, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, India, Chile and Guatemala, its interconnection agreements allow them to reach almost any world-wide operator, placing the company among the most competitive operators.
During the first half of the year, the company recorded sales of more than 6.2 million euros. The gross margin exceeded three million euros, which implies a rise of 17% (or 431,000 euros) in relation to the first half of 2017.
Ramón Pedrosa (Bracken IR)