Just Eat, a takeaway food smoothness company, has allocated former Elsevier conduct of record plan Fernando Fanton as a new IT leader, holding over from Carlos Morgado, who spent 7 years as CTO.
According to Just Eat, Fanton co-founded a record start-up and graduated with a mechanism scholarship grade before fasten Microsoft in a Redmond headquarters, where he worked for 6 years. After endeavour an MBA during Wharton Business School, he assimilated McKinsey Co as a consultant.
In 2012, he assimilated Elsevier as a Head of Technology Strategy and afterwards changed on to Mendeley.com in London as Head of Product and Technology, before fasten Just Eat.
Fanton began his new purpose on Monday, and will turn a member of Just Eat’s executive committee.
Morgado, who he replaces, is “pursuing other opportunities” after 7 years as CTO. Just Eat arch executive David Buttress thanked Morgado for his time during Just Eat, saying that he had played “an implausible purpose in moulding a business”, adding that his grant had been “invaluable”. Morgado was ranked 46th in Computing‘s IT Leaders 100 2016.
Buttress did not enhance on a change in purpose from CTO to CTPO, though it isn’t a initial IT personality purpose in that the ‘product’ component has been combined to a pursuit title.
Current News UK CTO Christina Scott was promoted from her CIO purpose during a Financial Times to a Chief Information and Product Officer (CIPO) role.
She told Computing that it came about since there was a opening between a record area and a FT’s products, exemplified by a fact that a product teams were positioned within a B2C partial of a business – that didn’t make clarity when it came to rolling out B2B products.