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Customer Lifecycle Analysis
Kimmo Korpela
Vice President, EMEA Industrial Measurements
Published: Feb 8, 2018
Working at Vaisala

Customer is at the core of Vaisala’s business, with customer data analysis constituting an important part in delivering value. Vaisala’s Giant Leap internship program offers an opportunity to delve into customer lifecycle value. Kimmo Korpela, Vice President of Vaisala’s Industrial Measurement Sales in EMEA and Hans Fabritius, Product Manager in CRS Management, tell more about the Business Development project Customer Life Cycle Value Analysis.'

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Kimmo Korpela
Liftup: Contact Card | Feb 6, 2018

Kimmo Korpela

Vice President, EMEA Industrial Measurements

I am heading the Europe, Middle East and Africa region in Vaisala’s Industrial Measurements (VIM) business area. My role includes managing sales through our own sales team and partners as well as managing our European field service team. VIM’s customer base includes Life Science, Power Transmission and large variety of other industries.

Liftup: Contact Card | Jul 18, 2017

Hans Fabritius

Product Manager - Calibration and Repair Services

Hans Fabritius was previously a Product Manager for Vaisala's calibration and repair services. He has over 20 years of experience on measurement instruments and services. He has worked with both industrial and weather related measurements having a wide knowledge about different types of customer applications. Hans holds a Bachelors Degree in Automation from the Helsinki Polytechnic Institute in Finland.

Giant Leap is Vaisala's internship program for 3+ year students in a university or polytechnic. We'll hire up to 20 students for a period of three months over the summer to our head office in Vantaa Finland and our US head office in Louisville, Colorado. As a Giant Leap intern, you'll work either individually, in pairs or together with experienced Vaisala employees on real-life projects that have genuine business relevance.

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