Denis Jašarević new IN2 Group CEO
Denis Jašarević was promoted from the position of Executive Director of Health and Public Administration Sector to the position of IN2 Group CEO.
Denis has spent his entire career in design, development and implementation of information systems in various industries such as automotive, telecommunications, publishing, production and distribution, healthcare, as well as in public administration. He worked in several IT companies, and in the beginning of his career he was also engaged in IT education. He has held managerial positions in IT for more than 10 years and has been working in the IN2 Group for the last seven years, focusing on the health and public administration information systems segment.
"IN2 Group is known as one of the first and most important regional companies focused on the development of digital solutions that provide support to the most demanding business processes and industrial verticals. Our potential here is by no means exhausted; we have a lot of ideas to help us grow further, develop new products and create a stimulating environment in which our teams of professionals can gain diverse experiences, develop their creativity and expertise. That is why I am proud to have been trusted to lead IN2 Group and I am glad that we will be able to work together to realize all our plans", said Denis Jašarević.
Member of the Supervisory Board of IN2 Group and Senior Vice President for Business Development at CSI Katarina Šiber Makar considers this promotion a good step for further development of the company. "During Denis's management of the healthcare segment, IN2 Group became the dominant supplier of healthcare information systems in Croatia and expanded its business to several foreign markets. Denis' energy, passion, motivation and knowledge of the market, as well as of our company, are prerequisites for his success. This year we have ambitious plans for further growth of IN2 Group's customer base, markets we cover and our product portfolio. We believe that IN2 team under Denis' leadership can realize these plans", said Katarina Šiber Makar.