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The company announced in a press release that Sławomir Koszołko has resigned from his position. Daniel Szcześniewski, who like the previous CEO, has been associated with ATM for nearly two years, became the new president on March 19, 2019. Daniel Szcześniewski has been working in the telecommunications industry for 15 years. He has many years of experience in sales and marketing built up in international companies. He started his career at Energis Polska, dealing with ICT product management. He continued his career in GTS Energis and then GTS Poland, where he was the director of the product management department. He was responsible for creating sales and product strategies, developing and implementing customer value growth strategies, creating and implementing revenue budgets. He co-created the success of the internationalisation of GTS Central Europe’s business. He actively participated in product and sales channel integration processes following the acquisition of GTS Central Europe by Deutsche Telekom. He spent the last few years in T-Mobile where he was responsible for marketing and management of the corporate, large company and SME segments. He specializes in developing and implementing a go-to-market strategy for products from the broadly understood ICT sector. He is 38 years old. He graduated from the Faculty of Management at the Warsaw School of Economics and the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology at the Warsaw University of Technology.
It specializes in providing colocation, hosting and data transmission solutions. The company bases its portfolio of services on its own nationwide fiber-optic network, as well as three data centers providing a total of 7.7 thousand m² of net server space and 13.6 thousand m² of gross area. The ATMAN network comprises 4.5 thousand km of long-distance lines in Poland and 9.5 thousand km of international lines. ATM’s resources also include 100,000 km of optical fibres that make up the city’s metropolitan networks (MAN) in the largest Polish cities. Nearly 95% of ATM shares are controlled by MCI.Private Ventures FIZ fund (together with subsidiaries and affiliates).