Lime Caribbean has appointed Albert Anderson as its new Vice President of Technology Operations.
Mr. Anderson will be responsible for operation, administration and maintenance of the telecommunications networks in the Caribbean islands in which LIME operates and also the installation and commissioning of equipment for new installations.
In making the announcement, Dave Newbold, Programme Lead Technology, said: “I am extremely pleased to have Albert take on such a key role within the business.
‘Albert has quickly built the confidence of his large region-wide team through his engaging management approach and wealth of experience. This is also a great opportunity for Albert to further develop his career in LIME.’
Mr. Anderson said: ‘This is an exciting role and it is a challenge to go from managing a team in one island to managing teams in 13 islands across the region. I am looking forward to contributing to the success of LIME by ensuring that we delight our customers by delivering a high level of service, quality and availability.’
Raised in George Town, Grand Cayman Albert has worked for Cable & Wireless for 30 years holding several posts, most recently as VP Network Services in the Cayman Islands.
He has worked in every aspect of telecom network engineering, from customer premises equipment to local and international switching and transmission.
Throughout his career, there have been many highlights not least of which is the construction of the One Technology Square Building which provides unparalleled resilience and security for the core of the Cayman Islands telecommunications network, which was proven during Hurricane Ivan.
Mr. Anderson is married to Esther, they have three children and live in Savannah. Outside of work he plays an active role in the Lions Club of Grand Cayman of which he is a past president.