Taco Nieuwenhuis Joins never.no As Chief Technology Officer

Taco Nieuwenhuis has joined never.no as their Chief Technology Officer. Taco joins never.no to aid in the expansion of their Social TV services and solutions across the globe. The company believes his expertise will ensure even greater levels of success for their clients and partners.

In his new role, Taco will be responsible for the company’s portfolio roadmap, its architecture and the technology strategy. In addition, he will guide product development and release management and will represent never.no’s technology towards partners, customers, press and the public.

Taco completed a Masters and PhD in Theoretical Physics at the University of Utrecht before joining CMG/Logica/Acision, one of the world’s leading providers of mobile communication technology. He began his 17-year career with CMG/Logica/Acision as a junior programmer and was active in a variety of positions, before finally becoming Chief Architect, where he was responsible for the technical layout and architecture of all messaging propositions.

“I’ve been following never.no and its leading portfolio for several years now and I have always been impressed by its innovative approach to the interplay of broadcast, mobile and social media.” – Taco Nieuwenhuis, CTO, never.no.

“I truly love never.no’s technology and strongly feel it is the right thing, at the right place, at the right time, created by a fantastic group of highly skilled professionals. I am extremely proud to become part of this team!”

Lars Lauritzsen, CEO of never.no stated “Since I first met Dr. Nieuwenhuis almost five years ago, I have dreamt of adding him to the never.no roster. An epic codfish dinner he and I shared last winter convinced me further. This spring, an opportunity to make him an actual offer arose, and he accepted. Taco is a unique capacity and visionary. We’re lucky to have him on our team, and look forward to great successes together.”

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