Natalia Komleva appointed CEO of Nexign
Natalia Komleva has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Nexign. Previously, she has held the role of the company's Chief Financial Officer since 2017. These changes apply starting from June 21, 2022.
Nexign has a team of professional and talented employees, with whom we will continue to develop high-tech solutions for the proper and continuous operation of telecom operators and improve the operational efficiency of their business. Our priority focuses remain the same – creating services to expand the capabilities of operators, including the monetization of 5G projects, optimizing products using microservices and open digital architecture, as well as increasing the independence and reliability of our solutions.
Natalia Komleva joined Nexign in 2013 as Deputy Chief Financial Officer and became the CFO in 2017. In 2021 Natalia became head of Nexign's merged operations department. Natalia graduated from the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) and holds a degree in State and Municipal Management. Prior to Nexign, she worked for over 15 years in tax management and financial analytics for large companies such as British American Tobacco (BAT) and Russian Standard.
Igor Gorkov, who previously held the position of CEO of Nexign, decided to leave the company. Igor worked in Nexign for over 20 years, moving up from project manager to head of the company.
I am convinced that, under the leadership of Natalia, Nexign will continue its growth in all the markets where it operates and strengthen the company's position as a technology leader not only in BSS/OSS solutions, but also in other segments of the IT market. As a farewell message, I want to tell you: everything will be fine!
As CEO, over the past 10 years, Igor led major transformations at Nexign, including the strategy development for entering the African, Middle Eastern and Latin American markets. During his leadership, the company completed several major projects to upgrade billing systems in leading telecommunications companies in the CIS, Africa and the Middle East.