FintechOS Appoints Remco Jorna as New CTO

  • People Moves
  • 11.08.2020 02:23 pm

FintechOS, a global provider of technology for the digital transformation of banks, insurance companies and other financial services organisations, welcomes Remco Jorna in the role of CTO starting this August.

Remco, who has deep experience in IT strategy and enterprise architecture in both banking and insurance, will establish the enterprise architecture practice together with Andra Sonea, Head of Solution Architecture at FintechOS.

The new CTO’s role is to drive­­ FintechOS’s product technical roadmap and to bring more value and efficiency to banks and insurance companies looking to deliver hyper-personalised customer experience at speed.

Remco calls himself a ”firestarter with broad experience in using IT as a business enabler, IT strategy and enterprise architecture”, and has a strong background in Microsoft technology.

“I am very enthusiastic about Remco joining us as CTO. I’ve known Remco for a few years and I have always been amazed by his deep technical and business knowledge, which is coupled with an astonishingly humble leadership approach. I wish him a warm welcome to the FintechOS family”, said Teodor Blidarus, Co-Founder and CEO of FintechOS.

During the past 15 years, Remco worked inside the Microsoft Global Account organization and with two leading Dutch insurance companies.

His specialities include: digital insurance and banking, enterprise and IT architecture, enterprise application integration, mobile and internet strategy, professionalising IT departments, and building and driving communities of practice.

In June, FintechOS launched the latest version of its technology, FintechOS 20.R2, which had been re-engineered in previous months to help Financial Services organisations respond quickly to the Covid-19 crisis and close any remaining digital gaps. The upgraded technology also empowers FintechOS clients to roll out end-to-end, hyper-personalised digital customer journeys with unparalleled ease and speed to market.

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