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Karin holds a Bachelor Degree in Finance and Administration. She started her career at PWC and in 1996 Karin joined Microsoft. Between 2002 and 2005, she worked as Finance Manager for Microsoft Norway and later moved to Moscow to become the CFO for Microsoft Russia. Before she ended her tenure at Microsoft, she worked as Finance Director for Microsoft International located in Paris.
In 2011, Karin joined NetonNet, an e-commerce company, where she initially worked as CFO and later took on the role as interim CEO. In 2012, Karin moved to Seattle, WA in the US, to join Parallels/Odin Inc., a global leader in cross-platform solutions and automation of delivery and management of cloud services. At Parallels, Karin took on the roles of Chief of Staff, CFO and CHRO.
Now, Karin is joining Bisnode on the transformational journey to become the most wanted partner within Data & Analytics in Europe. Karin will start her new position on September the 1st.
“I am truly excited to join Bisnode as the Chief Financial Officer and to make use of my experience of working in multiple markets and countries. Bisnode’s ongoing change journey is exciting and I really look forward to contribute”, says Karin Sandsjö.
Bisnode is a leading European Data & Analytics company, with operations in 18 countries and 2,400 employees. Bisnode helps companies find and manage their customers throughout the customer lifecycle. We do this by pioneering Smart Data to enable our customers to make Smart Decisions. It means that we can match and analyze our customers data with our data and the data that today's connected world generates, so-called Big Data.
“I am very happy to welcome Karin to our company. She has a unique combination of financial craftsmanship coupled with a robust business mindset and her proven track record as a strong leader will be of great asset to Bisnode. In addition, Karin’s experience at the international arena in various organisations and diverse markets will be of significant value to Bisnode in our transformation”, says Magnus Silfverberg, CEO, Bisnode.