ArticleJune 14, 2023 · 2 min read time
Nitor Sweden appointed Santtu Vuori as the new Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at the end of May. The role is new to Nitor’s operations in Sweden and an essential part of the company's growth in the market. Santtu Vuori, who has previously worked with Nitor for almost a decade, returns to the company after a couple of years.
Nitor appointed Santtu Vuori as its new CTO in Sweden at the end of May. Santtu Vuori has extensive experience in various roles in the IT industry, most recently as CTO at WeAre Solutions Oy, but also as Tech Lead and Software Architect.
“Nitor is very happy to have Santtu Vuori back and in the role as our new CTO. We look forward to utilising his expertise and commitment to continue developing the company. With Santtu in a leading role, we will be able to continue our rapid growth here in Sweden," says Sebastian Uramek, Managing Director of Nitor in Sweden.
As CTO, Santtu Vuori will combine his technical expertise with a leadership role in Nitor's developer team. He will follow technology trends and support our customers in Sweden in making the right technology decisions. On the other side, Santtu will mentor and support his colleagues to help them reach their full potential and also continue with his consulting work.
“I am very much looking forward to having engaged discussions with my colleagues at Nitor. As a passionate developer, I am eager to support my colleagues and help them grow and develop into the best version of themselves. While I still love being a consultant, I am a hardcore developer at heart," says Santtu Vuori, CTO of Nitor in Sweden.
This is not Santtu's first encounter with Nitor, as he has previously worked for the company for almost ten years in both Finland and Sweden.
“Nitor has developed tremendously since I first started here. Seeing the company grow and focus on its organisational development is incredibly exciting. I am happy to be part of such an ambitious and forward-looking organisation, and I must admit that I have missed the great community at Nitor," Santtu adds.
“Santtu's decision to return sends a clear signal about Nitor's commitment to valuing its employees and their contributions. It shows that Nitor strives to create long-term partnerships with experienced professionals in the IT industry,” says Sebastian Uramek.