Before Haroldo Jacobovicz became a telecommunications expert, he spent seven years pursuing a military training course and five years schooling as a civil engineer. Jacobovicz gained a passion for computer science while at the university, but it didn’t stop him from graduating with an engineering degree.
Mr. Jacobovicz served in different positions in several companies. For example, he was the head of hardware and software departments in different firms between 1990 and 2020, when he decided to concentrate on his companies. Civil engineering was part of Haroldo Jacobovicz’s dream career because he admired his parents since childhood. When the time came, he pursued a degree in civil engineering at a top Brazilian university.
He chose to provide customers with the most recent technologies in the market. Jacobovicz spends most of his time reading books and magazines that enlighten him about new technologies in the telecommunications world. He uses the knowledge gained from such publications to improve what he does. That has made him become one of the top telecommunications experts in Brazil.
Despite the hard work, Haroldo Jacobovicz believes that he’s lucky to succeed in the competitive sector. During Jacobovicz’s university days, he collaborated with his peers to start a Microsystem company. Their objective was to teach other firms how to automate their cash flow and inventory management for better results. Unfortunately, they closed the firm shortly after.
That prompted Mr. Jacobovicz to seek employment and got a salesperson position at Esso, America’s leading oil company. He was later promoted to the company’s market analyst position. He used the immense expertise acquired at Esso to work in various other firms in their different sectors. After getting enough knowledge and experience from the many organizations he worked for, Haroldo Jacobovicz started Horizon Telecom. The technology company has been offering telecommunications services and products to customers since 2010. Today, it is one of the most popular telecommunications firms in Brazil. It also leads in offering cloud computing services in the country.