PITTSBURGH, April 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- MAYA Design, the industry leader in solving real-world problems at the intersection of human-centered design, pervasive computing, and visual strategy, hires Adam Paulisick as Chief Customer Officer to further advance their healthcare, defense, consumer products, Internet of Things (IoT), and creative environments practices.
Paulisick joins to extend MAYA's 25 plus years of experience in working with companies like PepsiCo, Mondelēz International, University of Pittsburgh, Whirlpool, Sanofi-Aventis, Kennametal, Merrill Lynch, BOSCH, Comcast Interactive Media, DARPA, CISCO, Citizens Bank, Highmark and hundreds of others in addition to growing their NYC based operations.
Paulisick will bring more than a decade of digital transformation, product design, and data-driven marketing and sales experience, including senior leadership positions at Nielsen Catalina Solutions, U.S. and European based roles at The Nielsen Company, and Commerce Signals where he worked with hundreds of global manufacturers, financial institutions, leading media agencies and publishers, in addition to data-enabling technology platforms.
"I couldn't be more excited to join the world-class team of designers, builders, and strategists at MAYA," said Paulisick. "MAYA works with hundreds of companies to innovate or evolve products and services, tackle new markets, or overhaul process, culture, or technology that simply isn't keeping pace in an increasingly connected world."
Paulisick is a regular speaker at innovation and marketing technology conferences and is an adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business (MBA). He also serves on the board of The Trade Institute of Pittsburgh and cityLAB, and recently launched The Shop – Homewood, a community workspace that will offer entrepreneurs of all industries and backgrounds free space in exchange for giving their talents back to east-end neighborhoods of Pittsburgh.
About MAYA Design: MAYA Design is a digital transformation consultancy and innovation lab in Pittsburgh, PA, helping organizations solve complex problems in product and service design, corporate and consumer-facing environments, business strategy, and pervasive computing. MAYA's research and work in pervasive computing has helped guide clients, such as Samsung, Panasonic, Eaton, and the City of Pittsburgh, into the future of a connected world, spun off five companies, and inspired the book Trillions: Thriving in the Emerging Information Ecology. MAYA's work is industry agnostic but specializes in solving complex problems across four practice areas: products and services, creative environments, strategy, and pervasive computing.
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