New marketing manager for Digpro

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN – Digpro, the major innovator in the field of geographic IT and network lifecycle management, continues to grow in the Swedish market as well as internationally. The company now appoints Joel Pirard as the new Marketing Manager to meet the increased demand from energy and telecommunications companies among others of Digpro’s leading solutions.

Innovator Digpro is growing in the Swedish market as well as internationally. To meet the increased demand for Digpro´s solutions, Joel Pirard has been appointed as the new Marketing Manager for Digpro Solutions AB, starting April 1.

Joel has extensive experience in sales and marketing of various IT solutions and has for the last four years been working as Key Account Manager at Digpro. Joel continues to some degree to work as Key Account Manager as well as Marketing Manager and responsible for strengthening and further develop the Digpro brand.

“I am delighted of the trust I’ve been given in my new role. It will be exciting to lead and develop Digpro’s marketing work further. We are a company with so much accumulated knowledge and experience, which we have not yet presented. This will be changed ahead,” said Joel Pirard, the newly appointed Marketing Manager at Digpro.

Before Joel started as Key Account Manager at Digpro he worked within sales at Netadmin Systems for 8 years. Joel has studied the MSc program in Information Technology at Linköping University, Sweden.

“It is going well for Digpro in Sweden. The business is growing and we have seen that Joel has been very valuable in the efforts to establish our brand in the telecom sector. It feels great to bring Joel along on this journey,” said Jonas Jacobsson, CEO of Digpro Solutions.

Digpro is with its 30 years in the industry as a major innovator in the field of Geographic IT and Network Lifecycle Management and also the market leader in Scandinavia. Digpro provides solutions for electricity, telecommunications (FTTx), gas, district heating, water and central and local government - in fact any organization that builds and maintains various types of networks. Digpro’s products enable users to streamline, save time and money, while improving the quality of its service.

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