Helsinki, Finland – December 4, 2017 – Today, MultiTaction, a leading provider of advanced visualization and collaboration solutions, announced that Ari Rahkonen has joined its Board of Directors.
Ari Rahkonen, BBA, is the former CEO of Microsoft Finland and has been Chairman of the Board of Innofactor since March 24, 2015. He has been Chairman of the Finnish Federation of Advertisers since 2012. He served as Vice Chairman of Technology Industries from 2011 to 2014. Prior to working at Microsoft, Mr. Rahkonen worked at IBM for six years, and prior to that he was CEO of Lotus.
“I am truly excited to have Ari Rahkonen join the MultiTaction Board”, said Paul Greenfield, Chairman, MultiTaction, “his vast experience in the software business, together with his considerable insight, will be invaluable as we continue to accelerate MultiTaction’s growth”.
“MultiTaction has truly world-leading technology, in both hardware and software”, said Ari Rahkonen, “not only does it literally take the man-machine touch interface to the next dimension, the performance and capability of its software solutions are simply extraordinary. Having been deeply involved with collaboration products for decades, I regard MultiTaction’s Canvus Connect solution in particular as a game changer, and I look forward to helping the company on its path to continued success”.
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MultiTaction designs advanced visualization and collaboration solutions to improve the way the world works. Its award winning 3D optical recognition multi-touch displays, and innovative software suite are used by some of the world’s largest corporations, museums, educational institutions and entertainment companies. With solutions deployed in over 50 countries and offices across the United States, Asia and Europe, MultiTaction is a global business celebrating 10 years of growth and success in 2017.
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