ABBYY Appoints Patrick Jean to Chief Product & Technology Officer
ABBYY, a market leader in purpose-built AI for intelligent automation, has announced the appointment of Patrick Jean “PJ” as Chief Product & Technology Officer (CPO/CTO) and a member of the executive management team. PJ has served in several executive engineering and leadership roles over his 20-year career and has a successful track record winning market share that drives demonstrable revenue. He will lead global product and technology teams with a primary focus on accelerating time-to-market for ABBYY’s intelligent document processing and process intelligence solutions to deliver measurable value to global enterprise customers faster.
Not only does he understand what it takes to drive a successful time-to-market and growth strategy for the enterprise, he is also an advocate for servant leadership that fosters a high performing, and highly motivated organizational culture. PJ joins us at a time where the AI and intelligent automation market is at an inflexion point and seeing rapid growth. PJ’s know-how and experience will be instrumental to further ABBYY’s value to customers, profitable growth strategy and continued recognition as a leader in the industry.
Ulf Persson, Chief Executive Officer at ABBYY
Patrick Jean to Chief Product & Technology Officer at ABBYY
ABBYY puts your information to work. We combine innovation and experience to transform data from business-critical documents into intelligent actionable outcomes in over 200 languages in real time. We enable more than 10,000 companies globally, including many of the Fortune 500, to drive significant impact where it matters most: customer experience, operational excellence, and competitive advantage. ABBYY is a global company with headquarters in Milpitas, CA and offices in 14 countries, and is the Official Intelligent Automation Partner of Arsenal Women Football Club. For more information, visit www.abbyy.com/company/about-us/ and follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.
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