Thomas Meyer joins AI Automation Specialist ACTICO as Chief Revenue Officer

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Main Objectives: Intensifying customer centricity and boosting overseas growth

Immenstaad, April 20 2022 – ACTICO, an international provider of digital decision-making software using Artificial Intelligence, is pleased to announce the appointment of Thomas Meyer, a sales manager with a wealth of international experience, as Chief Revenue Officer and member of the Management Board.
Harnessing his expertise, ACTICO aims to enhance and consolidate the presence of its acclaimed AI-based platform for automating business decisions as part of ongoing efforts for domestic and overseas expansion.

Time and again, Thomas Meyer has proven his ability to navigate a roadmap to success for SaaS, cloud and financial services companies, as exemplified by his track record with Salesforce, IPSoft and Tableau. A business administration graduate, he is equally up to speed with the software industry after various roles at IBM Germany; most recently Global Software Management.

As Chief Revenue Officer, I have set myself the goal of aligning ACTICO even more closely with customers and their needs. We want to go all out to incorporate their feedback into product development and join them in rolling out solutions.” Thomas Meyer outlines his key objectives. “Unlike many start-ups, we have already been active in the financial market as a software provider for two decades and can draw on the very latest AI-supported business solutions. What really sets us apart, though, is having a tried and tested
rule-based foundation that underpins our AI capabilities. This means that established banks, insurance companies and fintechs can all meet the demands of digital natives, however stringent, while keeping security and reliability top of mind,
” says Thomas Meyer. “As a former football coach, I also know that you need to have the right players in the team, pursue a common goal and build a common strategy and tactics. Success depends on assigning the right players to the right roles. So for me, coaching young talent is very much part of my company objectives – I’d even say it’s in my DNA.