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NNG welcomes new director of product management

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Tamás Szabó was appointed director of product management at Hungarian-founded navigation software company NNG, joining the company from German competitor Here, according to a press release issued today.

Szabó, who has more than a decade of experience in software, product and sales development will be responsible for NNG’s product strategy, product management, market analyses, product design and establishing profitable business models, the press statement said. 

Szabó worked previously at Nokia, participating in the introduction of the company’s first internet phone in the United States, Finland and Hungary, while later he worked on the Nokia Provisioning Suite solution’s market introduction and product strategy, the statement said.

“My main field of expertise is introducing new solutions to the market … At NNG I will consider the maximization of customer satisfaction as my chief aim,” Szabó said.

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