Kaleyra offers two scholarships to Bocconi University students as a tribute to Simone Fubini
In remembrance of its founder one year after his death, Kaleyra is introducing two scholarships for students at Bocconi University in tribute to Simone Fubini.
Simone Fubini, an engineer, participated in Olivetti’s project team for the first Italian electronic calculator, the Elea 9003. After a long career with General Electric and Honeywell in the IT sector, he was CEO of Telettra, Central Director of Fiat and General Manager of Olivetti. As an entrepreneur, he created Projecta to operate in innovative sectors; in 2015, he published Oltre le occasioni perdute. Dal transistor allo smartphone. 60 anni di storia in presa diretta (Beyond lost opportunities. From the transistor to the smartphone. 60 years of live history) for EGEA in which, as a protagonist and pioneer of Italian IT, he recounted its evolution.
Simone was one of the founders of Kaleyra (formerly Ubiquity), today one of the world’s major players in the CPaaS sector and the only Italian company listed on the NYSE (New York Stock Exchange).
The two “Simone Fubini” scholarships will support students in economic need participating in one of Bocconi’s Master of Sciences with a focus on data science, innovation, management.
Kaleyra is a global group specializing in providing mobile messaging services for financial institutions and multiple other types of enterprises of all sizes. Through its proprietary platform, Kaleyra manages multi-channel integrated communication services on a global scale, comprising messages, push notifications, e-mail, instant messaging, voice services, and virtual assistants. Kaleyra’s technology today makes it possible to manage huge volumes of messages, with some 2 billion notifications a month. For more information, visit www.kaleyra.com.