Rodolpho Cardenuto is a member of the MIGNOW advisory board
Mignow, owner of a technology that allows speeding up migrations to the S/4 Hana, the latest version of the SAP management system, has just brought a strong boost: Rodolpho Cardenuto, Brazilian executive who made a career at the German multinational, has arrived to the top of the hierarchy.
Cardenuto is the first member of an advisory board created by Mignow, a company created from the experience of migrations to S/4 of Essence, an SAP partner based in São Paulo.
Mignow has the technology to automatically convert additional SAP ECC developments (the famous Zs, in industry parlance) to S/4 Hana, promising an automation level of 95%.
The company has projects delivered to some large companies, such as the Port of Santos, the Cornélio Brennand group, the drugstore Pague Menos and even abroad, such as the chocolate company Chocolatier, in Belgium.
The idea is that Mignow can work on projects including with SAP partners that compete with Essence in the implementation contracts, which will certainly require a great deal of tact and many contacts in the SAP universe, both of which Cardenuto has to spare.
The executive spent more than a decade at SAP, between 2008 and 2019, having been president of SAP Americas and president of the Global Partner Organization during the period, probably the furthest that a Brazilian has come to SAP.
Currently, Cardenuto is president of one of the units of Vonage, an American multinational of unified communications, in addition to being on the board of Semtech, a semiconductor manufacturer with capital on the American stock exchange and Magic Leap, active in the area of augmented reality.
“O Cardenuto proporcionará liderança e orientação de classe mundial para nossa estratégia global”, afirma Paulo Secco, CEO da Mignow. “Com uma ampla experiência global, ele nos permitirá entender melhor as questões que ultrapassam as fronteiras, o posicionamento em diferentes mercados e como podemos mudar os sistemas em velocidade e escala por meio de ações eficazes”, agrega Secco.