Meteor Software Names Frederico "Fred" Arantes Chief Executive Officer
Vancouver-based Tiny Capital promotes Meteor CTO Fred Arantes from interim role to lead the company
By: Meteor Software Limited Partnership
Arantes's hands-on approach with Meteor's businesses has earned him the respect of Tiny Capital, the company's owner. "Fred has demonstrated he has the ability, the vision, and the confidence of his team to lead Meteor," said former CEO of Meteor Andrew Dumont. "We believe he is the right person for the job."
Arantes brings many years of experience teaching and building software at Requisito Tecnologia, ITSS Tecnologia, Petrobras, Grupo Alura and Equifax. In addition to deep technical experience he has led teams at Pathable, TecSinapse, and Meteor. In 2019, he co-founder Clubien, an Irish tech startup created to booking professional in-home beauty services, where he served as CEO successfully hiring for key positions, closing sales on about 200 service agreements, and forming strategic partnerships with facilities providers.
Sharing his enthusiasm for his new role, Arantes recalled his personal experience with Meteor's products. "I am a long-time user of MeteorJS myself. So I know how important it is to the community, especially those working with it and the businesses running on it. I am committed to keeping the things developers love, improving the others, and working with the great people here to make the best end-to-end developer experience for MeteorJS and Meteor Cloud."
Arantes attended SENAI Fatesg College in Goiânia, Brazil where he earned a Technology Degree with a focus on Computer Networks and Information Technology.
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