Inventor of Horizons Telecom Haroldo Jacobovicz

Haroldo Jacobovicz is an enthusiastic entrepreneur and civil engineer interested in information technology. He is the founder of e-Governe Group, Horizons Telecom, and Horizons Datacenter. These organizations were created to bring together the best resources, human capital, and technical skills to tackle IT problems while using the most up-to-date solutions.*q0HVZRIbUH8fSrf-JHu8EA.jpeg

The companies majorly affect both private and public sectors throughout Brazil, changing markets significantly. The 100% fiber network, multi-point redundancy, and high-quality technological innovations with Horizons have earned them a positive reputation. This contributed to their launching of Horizons Datacenter in 2020 as an extension of their mission to provide global cloud capabilities, connectivity, and more to businesses.

Harboring from Brazil, Haroldo Jacobovicz was born to two civil engineers. His mother, Sarita, was an innovator of her time as one of only seven female civil engineers in that specific state which imbued upon young Haroldo Jacobovicz the urge to imitate them; he then proceeded to attend four and a half years of civil engineering school at the Federal University of Paraná. He realized he held more enthusiasm for emerging information technologies instead – taking their guidance to create something from nothing to serve humanity but excising his parent’s footsteps.

With an interest in life-altering advances, Haroldo Jacobovicz began studying technology in the future from papers and periodicals. While he understood that luck plays a role in business, diligent effort and talent were imperative for something durable. He dived into the world of IT right away, inducing three knowledgeable companions to create Microsystem shortly before their graduation.

At that time, although their product a solution meant to help establishments mechanize their inventories and take control of cash – is extensively used today, it was not accepted back then as people weren’t ready to embrace automation. The company closed one year after, yet this early setback wasn’t a hindrance to Haroldo’s outlook. On the contrary, he felt even more confident that – despite the current rejection of information tech’s future -one day, it would transform lives all over the globe.

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