Asset Control Appoints Chief Technology Officer

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Asset Control, the leading provider of financial data management solutions and services, announces the appointment of Igor Piroli as Chief Technology Officer (CTO), to be based at the company’s Netherlands technology hub.

As CTO, Mr. Piroli takes responsibility for the overall leadership of engineering research and development at Asset Control and will work closely with Product Management and Technical Services to drive continued growth and product innovation.

Mr. Piroli holds a Master’s degree from the University of Siena, and has 15 years’ experience in technical and management roles at enterprise software companies, including Kadme AS where he served as both Development Manager and Principal Engineer. In his most recent position, Mr. Piroli was Head of Software Development for Tieto Energy Components, where he managed a distributed matrix of R&D teams and led work to reshape the product range and strengthen the company’s market-leading position.

Mr. Piroli comments: “Asset Control has a long-standing reputation within financial services for its 100% commitment to clients and deep knowledge of financial data. I am thrilled to be joining the team, especially as the company pushes forward into the next phase of its product strategy.”

The past year has seen significant additions to Asset Control’s product range, including the new AC Risk Data Manager and AC Data Service Manager which bring mobility and unprecedented ease of use to data management operations.  This new generation technology will be seen in upcoming Asset Control products to be announced later in 2016.

Richard Petti, CEO, Asset Control adds: “Igor’s experience working with global teams to design and develop sophisticated data management and analytical systems brings a very specific skill set to our team that will help shape our engineering culture and our product strategy. Under his leadership, we will see developments to our technology that will reinforce our reputation for unrivalled scalability, flexibility and reliability.”