Aristote (Didia) Diasonama, has been named Chief Technology Officer to lead Rhetorik’s product and platform engineering efforts; Rhetorik expands development hub in Quebec, Canada; Rhetorik invests in its NetFinder+ enterprise intelligence platform and DataCliniq data hygiene and processing platform
Rhetorik announces that Didia Diasonama has been named Chief Technology Officer to spearhead the development of its suite of enterprise sales and marketing intelligence tools – NetFinder and DataCliniq.
Didia joins Rhetorik from Canadian end-to-end digital product company, Mirego. He assumes the leadership of the technical/IT team and will be building and managing our evolving product and technology roadmap (together with Chief Data and Science Officer, Denis Poulin) to better meet customer demand and position us for significant growth in future.
Rhetorik has recently expanded NetFinder+, the sales leads intelligence tool, into 30+ countries across EMEA, while the accompanying DataCliniq™ cleaning and enrichment services support client requirements for high quality data and data hygiene services in multiple countries across Europe and beyond.
“Didia arrives at the perfect time to oversee this expansion. As we drive deeper into the data and data hygiene needs of our clients, Didia’s experience and expertise will help us build on our already advanced technology to support those increasingly large and complex needs,” said CEO, Meredith Amdur.
From the DRC to QC
Born in Kinshasa, DR Congo, Didia graduated from high school as the highest scorer in the national state exams, and he holds a degree in software engineering from Laval university in Quebec City.
Prior to joining Rhetorik, Didia was lead developer and technical lead at Mirego, and a full stack software engineer at Wanted Technologies.
When he is not helping technology companies build better technology, he can be found helping out at RDC Études, a company he cofounded to mentor international students from French Africa in their education and career journey, or spending time with his wife and 2-year old son.