From 2005 to 2013, Daniel Levi worked on several positions within Microsoft, starting as a Senior IT manager for the southern cone, job which awarded him the Microsoft IT Pro recognition. Shortly after, Daniel moved to marketing as product manager Windows and Office, achieving the Latin-American award of excellence in marketing. Finally, he was in charge of handling the relationship between the company and the IT professional programs. Also worthwhile mentioning is his IT Pros blog at daniellevi.com.ar, ranked in Microsoft as top Spanish-written blog worldwide.
Before Microsoft, Daniel was IT manager in Clorox, dedicated to the task of reorganizing the area and applying innovative concepts at the time such as SOX. He also worked in leading positions for technology projects in Coca-Cola Femsa, specifically in BI, Datawarehouse and SAP technology. Other important companies in which he developed his career were BNL (now HSBC) and Techint.
Academically speaking, Daniel Levi has a degree in computer sciences from one of Argentina’s top business schools (UADE) and also possesses an MBA from IDEA, another highly regarded institution. His experience as a professor involves teaching advanced programming techniques and, as an MBA level educator, corporative finances and portfolio management. This discipline which he has been working with for years spawned into his first book on investments titled Small investor’s guide to avoid disaster, ranked in the best seller’s chart in the year of its release. He is now working on his soon to be released second installment. He has also collaborated with specialized media, for example, being a columnist in El Cronista.