Kempinski Ajman promotes Raymond Aquino

Associate gains promotion following his decade long career at the Kempinski Ajman

Raymond Aquino.
Raymond Aquino.

Raymond Aquino has been appointed to the role of IT manager at the Kempinski Hotel Ajman.

The Filipino national graduated with a Bachelor of Science in computer engineering from Don Bosco Technical College in the Philippines in 2001.

He started his career in the banking industry in 2001 as a computer operator in a data centre operations unit, optimising the performance of all environmental equipment, important to the operation of the bank’s computer system, Raymond continued his career as a computer consultant until 2006.

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He joined the Kempinski Hotel Ajman in 2006 as an IT assistant, where he reported to the regional IT director of Middle East and Africa and assisted him with the day-to-day operations of the hotel, before being promoted to assistant IT manager in 2011.

He said: “I have grown and gained a lot of knowledge throughout the years with Kempinski and developed my technical skills at this property. Now that I have been appointed as the new IT manager, I feel grateful for the opportunity and excited at the same time.”

The hotel general manager Christian Ruge said: “We are happy to promote Raymond from within our team, he has already proven his expertise in the last ten years and who is doing a fantastic job. We are pleased to offer him the well-deserved position and I wish him great, continuous success.”

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