SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jose Panlilio has joined Business Wire as vice president, engineering infrastructure, with responsibility for leading the company’s IT Operations teams, and ensuring that the resources and system requirements are in place to create next generation products, as well as meeting the complex demands of a growing global organization.
Working closely with Chief Technology Officer Robert Soares, Panlilio will lead a staff of close to 30 working in systems engineering, network operations, service desk and web support, making certain that internal and external needs are dealt with in an expeditious and efficient manner. Panlilio also is responsible for auditing the network architecture to ensure peak performance and to anticipate future challenges.
Additionally, Panlilio is spearheading Business Wire’s transformational shift to a DevOps culture, which seeks to bring products to market more quickly, while maintaining strict quality assurance standards.
Panlilio has held management positions with Pixelworks, Sony Computer Entertainment America and Infoblox, among others, during his 15-year IT career.
“Jose is a proven and passionate leader who exemplifies industry thought leadership,” said Soares, in making today’s announcement. “We are looking forward to his contributions shaping the Business Wire of tomorrow in our drive to connect organizations with their audience in innovative and effective ways.”
About Business Wire:
Business Wire, a Berkshire Hathaway company, is the global leader in press release distribution and regulatory disclosure. Investor relations, public relations, public policy and marketing professionals rely on Business Wire to accurately distribute market-moving news and multimedia, host online newsrooms and IR websites, build content marketing platforms, generate social engagements and provide audience analysis that improves interaction with specified target markets. Founded in 1961, Business Wire is a trusted source for news organizations, journalists, investment professionals and regulatory authorities, delivering news directly into editorial systems and leading online news sources via its multi-patented NX Network. Business Wire has 29 offices worldwide to securely meet the varying needs of communications professionals and news consumers.