Trento, 13 September 2019 – Praim, leading provider of systems for the creation and management of thin & zero client software and hardware workstations, appoints Michele Vescovi as the new R&D Manager of the company.

Michele Vescovi joins Praim with fifteen years of experience in the ICT world, both in research and industry. Since 2011, before joining Praim, Michele has been part of the Innovation department of TIM – Telecom Italia, taking care of the process of design, patenting, development and prototyping of new services, first as an Innovation Officer and then as Project Manager.

In this context, Michele has contributed to various innovation projects, collaborating with important international academic and industrial partners, and gaining experience in multi-disciplinary and user-centric approaches to product innovation. Since 2015, Michele has been Project Contact for TIM in EIT Digital (European institution for the promotion of technological innovation) and has coordinated the strategies of TIM’s Open Innovation laboratories in participating in calls for European projects. Among others he has led international projects in the Privacy and Cloud, IoT for Smart Cities and Big Data areas.

Michele Vescovi

I was impressed by Praim’s incredible potential. Here you can breathe talent and high technological skills at the state of the art, besides great experience. My challenge will be to direct this potential for the benefit of the evolution of our products, with a view to making them effective, intuitive and innovative, able to capture not only the needs of the present but also the new trends of use in the immediate future.”- declares Michele Vescovi, Praim’s new R&D Manager.


Michele will coordinate the Research team focusing in particular on the expansion and innovation of the software solutions offered by Praim, aiming at intercepting emerging business opportunities from new application areas with products of high perceived value and user experience.

Michele Vescovi, after graduating in Computer Science, received his PhD in Information & Communication Technology from the ICT International Doctoral School of the University of Trento, completing part of his career at the Concordia University in Montreal (Quebec, Canada).