Hilton names key technology officials
Cairo, June 21, 2012
Hilton Worldwide, a leading global hospitality company, recently announced further expansion to its MEA operational team with two new senior appointments in its technology department.
Ehab Zaki joined the company as regional director Field Technology Services - Egypt & Levant and Radi Karnib joined as regional director Field Technology Services - Arabian Peninsula.
Ehab Zaki has over 25 years of IT experience within the hospitality sector having worked at a number of international hotel companies as well as with a specialized technology company in Egypt.
An Egyptian national, Zaki’s new responsibilities cover IT operations at Hilton Worldwide’s regional office in Cairo, including; 18 hotels in Egypt, four in Levant as well as the company’s pipeline properties across North Africa.
Karnib has a comprehensive background in technology within the hospitality industry and also brings with him expertise from IT projects within the GCC countries. His extensive practical experience will be of great value as Hilton Worldwide continues with plans to open six new hotels in Makkah.
Sam Abbas, senior director, Field Technology Services, Hilton Worldwide, Middle East & Africa said: “I am delighted to welcome both Ehab Zaki and Radi Karnib to their new roles. These strategic appointments are critical for the company as they both bring a high level of expertise to the table.”
“These appointments come at a time where we continue to provide a quality service to hotel guests and, at the same time, develop the necessary network and systems to support our new hotels.”
Zaki will be based at the Hilton Worldwide Regional Cairo Office while Karnib will operate from the Hilton Worldwide MEA Headquarters in Dubai. – TradeArabia News Service
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