Ingi Fjalar Magnússon, Daði Steinn Brynjarsson and Kristján Þór Jónsson have been hired as specialists at the travel technology company Dohop.
The announcement states that Dohop has recently secured another ISK 1 billion in funding from the British investment fund Scottish Equity Partners (SEP), which specializes in investments in technology companies. I intend to use the capital to build up the company and hire people with technical knowledge in Iceland.
Ingi Fjalar Magnússon has been hired as technical product manager at Dohop. He is said to have about twenty years of experience in project management, software development and the implementation of computer systems, both abroad and here at home.
“Among other things, he worked for 11 for years as a project manager at the international company Statoil, where he worked on software development and implementation of computer systems in Norway, Southern Norway. Korea and Scotland. He has also worked for Össur, Nordea Bank and Applicon.
Ingi Fjalar holds an MBA from BI Norwegian Business School as well as a computer scientist from the University of Iceland.
Daði Steinn Brynjarsson has been hired as a programmer at Dohop. Daði graduated in computer science from Reykjavík University last autumn and came to Dohop as a direct continuation. Daði is part of a team that designs software to refine services to Dohop customers. Within the team, Daði will lend a helping hand as an interface programmer.
Kristján Þór Jónsson has been hired as a new software specialist at Dohop.
He will work in a team that handles Dohop’s payment solutions there. which he will work on to further develop the booking system to receive payments smoothly.
Kristján has a BSc in financial engineering and also in software engineering from Reykjavík University. He worked in high-end business for the last four years for the World Financial Desk, “says the announcement.
Dohop is a technology company founded in Iceland this year 2004, but the technology Dohop is about construction connecting flights and help airlines sell connecting flights in partnership with other airlines.