Introducing Artur Hasselblad, new CTO at Textual

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We are happy to announce that Artur Hasselblad has joined our team! Artur brings more than 10 years’ experience in product information management and e-commerce to Textual and we are delighted to welcome him as our new CTO.

Artur comes to us from Sigma IT Consulting where as a Business Analyst and Solution Architect his main focus was on implementation of e-commerce and product information platforms. Having worked at organisations such as New Wave Group and Brightstep, he has gathered a wide experience in marketing, advertising, business development and solution architecture for e-tailers. His main experience and passion lie at the intersection of technology and business, and how it affects our work and everyday life.

The previous decade has fundamentally changed the way we find, research and consume goods and services. I see the same development in the coming five years for the way we create, maintain and publish content - and something that I see us at Textual being a part of. It is particularly exciting to be able to bring improvement to text generation and translation as these can be very demanding processes.

Despite of the huge and dominating influence of technology within content and information management, a lot of things in content creation are still done manually. I think this is an area where finding a good balance between human and machine interaction is very important. It feels great to be part of the Textual team and take on those issues.
Artur Hasselblad

Welcome aboard, Artur!
The previous decade has fundamentally changed the way we find, research and consume goods and services. I see the same development in the coming five years for the way we create, maintain and publish content - and something that I see us at Textual being a part of. It is particularly exciting to be able to bring improvement to text generation and translation as these can be very demanding processes.

Despite of the huge and dominating influence of technology within content and information management, a lot of things in content creation are still done manually. I think this is an area where finding a good balance between human and machine interaction is very important. It feels great to be part of the Textual team and take on those issues.
Artur Hasselblad