Infare appoints new CTO to drive software development team to new heights

9. December 2019

Copenhagen, 9 December 2019 – Infare, the global market leader in airfare pricing intelligence, is announcing its appointment of Fredrik Palm as chief technology officer.

Responsible for spearheading Infare’s software development team as it enters a new phase of growth, Palm will focus on evolving the company’s product offering and developing its technical roadmap with an emphasis on innovation and customer needs.

Palm brings with him more than 23 years’ experience, having held various senior executive positions at software and mobile technology companies around the world. His previous roles include vice president of research and development at data analytics and business intelligence provider, Qlik, and chief technology officer at leading mobile keys provider, Zaplox. He also served in management and consultant roles at Sony and Ericsson, where he played an integral part in launching the world’s first internet-enabled mobile phone.

Nils Gelbjerg-Hansen, CEO of Infare, says:

“Fredrik’s valuable leadership skills and progressive approach to software development and management will be crucial as Infare responds to a rapidly growing need for actionable, real-time and reliable insights. We are excited to have him on board to drive that journey.”

Palm adds:

“Innovation and digital transformation are at the heart of both the aviation industry and at Infare, as well as a long-time passion of mine. I am thrilled to be joining Infare as it establishes a leading role in a constantly changing and increasingly data-driven environment, and I look forward to guiding its talented software team on new, exciting projects.

Alongside the team, I will be looking at ways to expand the breadth and depth of data delivered to our customers and exploring the potential of AI and machine learning to deliver actionable and instant pricing insights. It is my goal to help our customers realise the true value of data for their business through intelligent software products.”