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Former Apple engineer joins local Alfresco team

19 Apr 12

Open-source content management platform company Alfresco have appointed a former Apple engineer to boost the APAC development team.



 

In his new role as solutions engineer, Daniel Figucio will initially be concentrating on encouraging local developers to contribute to add-ons for Alfresco, as well as building customer relationships in key vertical such as higher education and financial services.



 

Figucio says current trends in IT such as consumerisation and the onset of the post-PC era have created a tremendous opportunity for organisations to ‘upset the apple cart’.



 

"It gives CIOs and IT managers the ability to draw a breath of fresh air, to step back and survey the landscape, reassess what they are doing and why,” Figucio says.



 

Figucio will be based at Alfresco’s Sydney office. Check out his LinkedIn profile here.

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