New Infotools director has penchant for setting trends
Newly promoted Infotools director Patricio Pagani aims to break new ground through innovations.
June 15, 2012 - Patricio Pagani has been promoted to Infotools director, making him the first new company director to be appointed in over fifteen years.
Pagani, who will be leading innovation and future business opportunities at Infotools, says: “My fascination with ‘the new’ has always strongly influenced my outlook. I’ve been fortunate to get the opportunity to apply that type of philosophy at my places of work.”
Currently president of the New Zealand Market Research Society and the regional representative of ESOMAR, Pagani has eight years under his belt at Infotools. Pagani’s past experience includes three years with Coca-Cola as research coordinator for South Latin America, another portfolio that allowed him to play the role of pioneer.
“Businesses today cannot afford not to be trendsetters,” says Pagani. “Whilst Infotools currently sets the world standards for visualization and data interaction tools, we need to maintain and extend our technology-leadership position. Our innovation pipeline currently has multi-sensorial tools that only a year ago would have been science fiction material.
“The demands of staying ahead of the pack, is immense. It’s a matter of sink or swim … and fortunately I like the water. ”
'Patricio has a reputation for being committed and focused, making him a real asset to the business. We believe Infotools will continue to benefit significantly from his trailblazing approach,’ says Ron Stroeven, director and co-founder of Infotools.
Information Tools Ltd (Infotools) provides database and data visualisation services to marketers and researchers in more than 110 countries. Infotools is a privately-owned company, registered in New Zealand since 1990.
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