Pedro Carrillo Payá

Leadership

He is studying Electronic Engineering at the Barcelona University School of Industrial Technical Engineering. He soon turned towards Computer Science, starting to work at RDI Spain (1988), the Spanish headquarters of the French group Repro Diffusion Informatique and a subsidiary of the Aiscondel group, dedicated to the manufacture and sale of personal computers. He initially works as a systems technician and in a short time becomes responsible for quality control. During the stay in this company he performs military service, where he is assigned as a programmer.

In 1990 he began to work at Procinsa, assigned as a support staff to Hoechst Ibérica, where he came into contact with the world of large companies, networks and large host systems.

In 1991 he joined Moulinex Spain as Head of Microinformatics, and later became Head of Systems and Communications. In this company he matures professionally and lives the revolution of microcomputers, networks and the Internet, promoting and leading the adoption of these new technologies.

After the absorption in 2002 of Moulinex by Groupe Seb, he continued developing his work as IT Manager, until in 2005 he decided to establish himself on his own and founded AssessorIT.

Over the years, he has trained in the specialties of Telematics, Administration of IBM AS400 and programming in RPG, Novell CNE, Microsoft MCSE in Windows and Exchange, Lotus LCP in programming and administration of Lotus Notes, Project Management with PMI methodology, Computer Forensic Expertise, Cisco CCNP, Citrix CCA, Vmware Vsphere and has a Master’s Degree in Information Technology Security ICT/esCERT UPC. His technical and business background is a guarantee to manage any Systems project, no matter how complex, executing or coordinating own and third-party resources.

He has carried out professional projects in Spain, France, Germany, England, Portugal, Mexico, Morocco, China and Vietnam. He is fluent in English and French.

When work permits, he shares his knowledge and hobbies through his blog and Twitter.

“When they tell me I’m too old to do something, I try to do it right away.”

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