Haroldo Jacobovicz Interview on Ideamensch
Haroldo Jacobovicz is not your ordinary entrepreneur as he comes with vast knowledge in information technology. He is a trained civil engineer, and he is the founder of two very highly reputable companies doing quite well in their respective fields. His companies E-Governe Group, Horizons Telecom, and Horizons Datacenter, are actively performing exceptionally well. The aim and the purpose of starting these companies were to bring together various talents and strategic resources to better the corporate world. The use of information technology to solve multiple challenges in today’s world is one of the priorities at the centre of Haroldo’s priority.
— Haroldo Jacobovicz (@HJacobovicz) March 31, 2021
Haroldo Jacobovicz is one proud entrepreneur, especially when he considers the impact his companies have had both in the private and public sectors. He has been an instrumental figure, especially when it comes to the fundamental transformation of the Brazilian market. His company Haroldo has provided some of the most transformational infrastructures in laying out fibre-optic networks around the country. Its network offers one of the best services in the country with multi-point redundancy. The company provides some of the best Information Technology equipment that is of honest quality anywhere globally. In 2010 the Haroldo Jacobovicz company Horizons was named the most respected telecommunication company for supplies in Brazil, beating other seasoned and more extensive suppliers in the region.
When Horizons Telecom was named the best supplier in the Brazilian market, the decision informed the launching of the sister company, Horizons Datacenter, in early 2020. The company’s mission is to bring across the cloud capabilities to the vast number of customers they are serving nationwide and across the board.
Haroldo Jacobovicz traces his root from a family of engineers where his father and mother were civil engineers. Their achievements in the field greatly inspired and influenced Haroldo’s decision to take a career as a civil engineer. His mother was the seventh female civil engineer in entire Brazil.