Sprint Names Néstor Cano Chief Operating Officer
Communications services company Sprint (NYSE: S) named Néstor Cano, 52, to the newly created position of chief operating officer.
According to the company, Cano will be responsible for delivering operational excellence, driving further expense reductions, and strengthening systems and processes across the business.
Cano’s appointment is effective Feb. 2, and he will report to Sprint President and CEO Marcelo Claure.
Cano has experience in the distribution and technology industry, previously serving in roles in sales, procurement, pricing, operations and IT.
Most recently, he was president of European Operations at Tech Data, an IT products and services distributor.
Before joining Tech Data, Cano held positions with technology companies in Spain, including Tronik and CCR Informatica. Cano will relocate to the Kansas City area with his family.
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