Former Baker Hughes Executive to lead Board of Directors
LONDON / THE HAGUE, October 12, 2021 – Cenosco announced today that Zvonimir Djerfi, former Senior Vice President at Baker Hughes, has been appointed as Chairman of the Board. In this role, Djerfi will support Cenosco at this exciting time of accelerated growth.
Since beginning a new partnership with European software investor Fortino Capital Partners last December, Cenosco has been taking significant steps to consolidate its position as the market standard in Asset Integrity Software. Cenosco’s CEO, Jan Poulsen, has strengthened and extended the company’s leadership team since joining in March 2021, leading to Djerfi’s appointment.
In the last 30 years, Zvonimir Djerfi has played an important role in the service industry’s development of innovative solutions to provide affordable energy to people worldwide. His extensive experience in numerous technical, commercial, and business-leading roles has made him a versatile executive leader.
Jan Poulsen, CEO Cenosco: “I am very excited to be bringing Zvonimir on board. His extensive experience and strategic mindset will help us tremendously in taking full advantage of the growth that we are experiencing, and in continuing to accelerate this growth.”
Zvonimir Djerfi, Chairman of the Board Cenosco: “I am delighted to be reinforcing the Cenosco leadership team. Together with the talented people at Cenosco, I am looking forward to growing the already solid business for customers across a wide range of industries around the globe.”
Cenosco builds on more than twenty years of experience and strong partnerships in asset-heavy industries. The company has ambitious plans to continuously invest in its cloud-based, mobile-friendly technology, which is used to manage risks related to integrity, reliability, and instrumentation safety. Its platform, called IMS (Integrity Management System), is composed of modules covering different asset parts. IMS calculates optimal intervention periods and defines an efficient maintenance strategy. The platform is used in asset-heavy industries such as oil & gas, chemicals, pulp & paper, and (new) energy & utilities. Users of the latest IMS can expect many improved and new features, including 3D-mapped inspection plans, AR and VR, machine-learning for image processing, artificial intelligence as part of the Degradation Management Framework, reliability analytics, and seamless integrations with CMMS and Digital Twins – covering all aspects of an asset lifecycle.