Brian Finn, International telco veteran with over 17 years of C-suite experience joins Circles to deliver operational excellence across customer deployments.
Circles, a digital telecom technology company, today announced the appointment of Brian Finn as Chief Business Officer. In his role, Finn will lead business strategy formulation, drive operational excellence and advance financial growth for Circles.
Finn comes with over 25 years of experience in the international telecom industry, with the last 17 years in various executive roles. Prior to Circles, he was the Group Chief Commercial Operations Officer at VEON, a global digital operator that provides mobile services to 217 million customers. Finn has recently completed his PhD research on the digital transformation of Communication Service Providers (CSP). He has also previously held senior executive roles at Digicel Group, Vodafone, eircom PLC and Hewlett-Packard.
Finn has a deep passion for formulating and translating strategy into impactful operational execution for telecom companies, with experience in diverse markets from Europe to the Caribbean and Latin America.
“I am thrilled to join Circles in the newly created role of CBO. The telecom industry is mired in technical debt, with legacy systems driving the need for manual intervention, which leads to an inefficient operating model and a lackluster Customer Experience. Circles X, the first digital telco SaaS platform enables a new approach from a clean sheet”. said Finn.
“We are excited to welcome Brian to the Circles team as we expand our business globally”, said Abhishek Gupta, co-founder of Circles. “His proven experience in driving growth at scale at Veon and Digicel is critical to Circles success as we continue to enter new markets and give power back to more and more users.”
Circles is a digital telecom technology company with operations globally. Circles is leading the transformation of the telco industry with a unified digital telco SaaS platform, Circles X, currently supporting millions of subscribers across our own mobile brands and partner markets.
Circles is backed by global investors such as Sequoia, Warburg Pincus, EDBI and Founders Fund – renowned institutions with a track record of backing industry-shaking innovators.
To learn more, visit www.circles.co