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MEGA International Names Chief Technology Officer

Prominent software exec to lead innovation for MEGA 

MEGA International introduced Jason De Oliveira as the company’s first chief technology officer. De Oliveira is launching the HOPEX Innovation Project, the next wave of innovation for MEGA’s HOPEX platform, to keep the company’s integrated software leading the business and digital transformation solutions market.

In his position as CTO, De Oliveira will oversee all architecture and technology roadmaps for MEGA products. The company has also recruited several talented, experienced software developers for its R&D team, to work on this initiative.

“We continue to invest heavily in R&D to ensure that our transformation solutions are the most advanced and modern available, so that our customers are leaders in their industries,” noted Lucio de Risi, CEO, MEGA. “Whether they choose MEGA’s cloud or on-premises offerings, our customers will benefit from Jason’s knowledge and expertise as a Microsoft MVP. His leadership will help us offer the freshest, most robust solutions that companies can use to grow and improve their business.”

De Oliveira was first named a Microsoft MVP in 2011, and continues to hold that title. Much of his professional focus has been in Microsoft .Net and Microsoft Visual C#. He co-authored the book, Visual Studio 2013, Designing, Developing and Managing Web Projects.

Before joining MEGA, De Oliveira was CTO and partner at Cellenza, a consulting firm renowned for its expertise in Microsoft technologies. Prior to that, he was manager and senior solutions architect at Capgemini Sogeti (20,000 employees in 15 countries; 2,300 in the US), which helps companies use technology to accelerate business results.

He began his career as a solutions and software architect and has worked on projects for companies such as SONY, Toshiba, Reuters, Volkswagen and Deutsche Telecom. De Oliveira contributes frequently to software development publications and speaks often at conferences. He holds a master’s degree in computer science from Goethe University Frankfurt.