We are proud to announce and welcome Pablo Vittori as our new Chief Technology Officer. Pablo will oversee all technical operations ensuring the successful delivery of solutions to our customers and helping the company ramp up our efforts to expand our talented team of individuals.

Cesar D’Onofrio, CEO at Making Sense, states “We are thrilled to welcome Pablo to our team.  With his highly professional experience, he will help improve the technological service delivery to our customers and scale our business.”

A Recognized Industry Thought Leader

For over 25 years, Pablo has worked as a digital innovator, advisor, and entrepreneur. Throughout his career, Pablo has worked within the innovation, technology, and mobile services industries leading numerous firms in their transformation and business growth. With his vast experience, Pablo will bring great value to Making Sense.

“In Making Sense I found the combination of team, technology, challenges and global footprint that is attractive to me. I look forward to those challenges and to having fun in the process of bringing to our customers the best products in technology that an awesome team can build. I will try to use my experience and knowledge to help spur Making Sense to the next level and build a global company without losing the spirit of the company that was born in Mar del Plata” – Pablo Vittori.



Bringing Valuable Experience to the Making Sense Table

Prior to joining Making Sense, Pablo served as the Chief Strategy Officer at Inclusion S.A.where he spearheaded their digital transformation. Before that, Pablo was the Managing Director and CTO for Globant. There, he was responsible for bringing exponential growth to the IT services provider and was involved in the company’s IPO. In the early stages of his career, Pablo founded two successful companies and worked at VMBC Labs, HP Enterprise, and Millicom Argentina.

We are incredibly excited to have such an experienced new team member and can’t wait to see how far we’ll take Making Sense together! Welcome, Pablo!