Tech veteran Andreas Sautter has joined MFour in the new position of Director of Client Services.
He brings more than 25 years of broad tech-sector executive experience, including exec roles in product management and technology development for companies in Europe and the US. His credits include Director of Digital Operations for YP, VP of Operations for SpotRunner, and Director of Product Marketing foronline ad tech company NetGravity. He also played a key role in the early development (no pun intended) of photo-finishing and sharing startup Ofoto, acquired by Kodak and renamed Kodak Gallery. He was subsequently VP of European operations for the latter.
Earier he worked for Steve Jobs' firm NeXT Computer, Inc., working directly with Jobs as a systems engineer, and became Product Manager for its operating system OPENSTEP. More recently he has worked as a consultant advising new start-ups.
In his new role, he will oversee teams for survey programming & data and survey fielding, help to develop the firm's research products, and continue to develop internal systems to guarantee its key aims of 'Quality, Consistency and Innovation'.
MFour says its Surveys On the Go app (pictured) - with more than 2,000 members joining daily - is the most-downloaded and highest-rated survey app in the US. The company is on the web at www.mfour.com .
All articles 2006-18 written and edited by Mel Crowther and/or Nick Thomas.