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KORE Appoints Romil Bahl as CEO

By Ken Briodagh October 17, 2017

In a recent release, the Board of Directors at Kore have announced the appointment of Romil Bahl as the new Chief Executive Officer. A veteran technology executive, he is tasked with leading KORE’s next chapter of growth, build on past success, and drive KORE forward with an emphasis on dynamic innovation and competitive differentiation.

Bahl most recently served as President and CEO of Lochbridge, a provider of enterprise IoT, digital and big data analytics strategies and solutions. Prior to joining Lochbridge, he held roles as the General Manager and Executive Vice President of Global Industries at CSC, and the President and CEO of PRGX Global. Bahl replaces retiring CEO Alex Brisbourne, who led KORE’s growth, market impact and innovation for nearly 15 years. Alex will remain on the Board of Directors.

“Romil's proven ability to drive and grow businesses, coupled with his significant experience in IoT, enterprise technology and professional services, make him the ideal executive to lead KORE's next growth chapter,” said Terence Jarman, the Chairman, Kore.

“Through a continuously growing leadership position over more than a decade, KORE has become the pre-eminent brand in enabling the IoT era,” said Bahl. “I am excited t work with the existing management team to take the business to new levels of success, leveraging KORE's well-established strengths and customer-centric approach, while realizing significant new growth opportunities.”

“We are thrilled to introduce Romil as KORE's new CEO and look forward to leveraging his expertise and prior experiences in IoT in order to drive continued innovation to customers across the globe,” said Rob MacInnis, Partner at Boston-based ABRY Partners, KORE's controlling shareholder.


Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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