Auriga Appointed Niccolò Garzelli as New Senior Vice President
- People Moves
- 22.05.2019 12:16 pm
Auriga, a leading European supplier of software and technology solutions for the banking industry, today announces Niccolò Garzelli as its new Senior Vice President, Sales. He joins from holding senior business leadership roles at Diebold Nixdorf for the last ten years.
Niccolò has more than 20-years’ experience in the banking and enterprise technology fields. Prior to Diebold Nixdorf, he held business leadership and sales management roles at BMC Software and Computer Associates among other enterprise information technology businesses.
With a reputation for driving successful growth strategies and developing sales for innovative products, solutions and services, Niccolò will be responsible for driving Auriga’s growth in Europe, as well as an increasing number of locations around the world.
Auriga solutions are deployed on ATMs and other self-service digital banking devices and systems and are founded on a modern cloud computing architecture that improves time to market for new customer services while lowering operational costs and building long-term competitive advantage.
With offices in Bari, Rome, Milan, London, Paris and Frankfurt, Auriga is developing an exciting international presence. Auriga’s technology is deployed in UK, France, Italy, Portugal, Mexico and Belgium and is developing partnerships in Central America, Australasia, Northern and Sub-Saharan Africa, Central and Southern Europe.
Speaking about the announcement, Vincenzo Fiore, CEO, Auriga, said, “Niccolò brings a wealth of industry experience to the team, which will be vital as we continue to build our international presence. I look forward to working closely with him in the future.”
Niccolò Garzelli commented, “Auriga combines technical excellence with a vision for the future of banking. I’m honoured to be able to join the team and look forward to helping more banks realise the potential of the branch of the future, with Auriga technology on board.”