Tokyo, Japan – Enthought, a company powering digital transformation for science, today announced the appointment of Randy (Katsunori) Mizogami as the new Representative Director and General Manager of Enthought GK to lead the company to a promising future of growth and expansion in the market.
Enthought has experienced exceptional growth and success in Japan. Early in 2023, Enthought announced a five-year agreement with Tokyo Electron to accelerate the company’s digital transformation initiatives, which included an equity investment in Enthought by TEL Venture Capital. In addition, the company announced partnerships with Resonac and TBM Co., Ltd. to initiate Enthought’s Materials Informatics Acceleration Program and drive transformation of scientific R&D. With innovative solutions, a value-driven approach to DX, and deep understanding of science and technology, Enthought has solidified its position as a trusted partner for industry-leading companies within Japan.
To capitalize on this momentum, Enthought is thrilled to welcome Randy Mizogami with his impressive track record for driving revenue growth and fostering client relationships. Mizogami brings a wealth of knowledge and leadership to the company.
“We are delighted to have Randy Mizogami join our team. His extensive experience and proven ability to drive successful digital initiatives and forge strategic partnerships will be instrumental in propelling Enthought to reach new heights,” said Michael Connell, Chief Operating Officer at Enthought. “Our DX solutions generate new business value and stimulate digital investments in Japan. We’re excited to expand our investment in the region and drive successful customer outcomes under Randy’s leadership.”
Before joining Enthought, Mr. Mizogami served as the Country Head for DigitalRoute, a global data management company. Leveraging his extensive sales experience and deep understanding of the Japanese market, Mr. Mizogami will spearhead Enthought’s expansion efforts, introducing valuable scientific solutions that accelerate innovation.
“I am honored to join Enthought and take on the responsibility of expanding our business in Japan. Enthought’s reputation for scientific innovation and commitment to helping businesses achieve true DX align perfectly with my passion for introducing companies in Japan to technologies that drive their success,” stated Mr. Mizogami. “I look forward to building upon our strategic partnerships and partnering with innovative companies to accelerate scientific progress with their DX initiatives.”
To learn more about how Enthought helps science-based organizations power their digital transformation strategies, visit www.enthought.com/digital-transformation/.
Enthought powers digital transformation for science. Enthought’s technology and deep scientific expertise enable faster discovery and continuous innovation, building a digitally enabled workforce and arming them with analytics-ready scientific data to be catalysts of value creation in science and business. Enthought specializes in transforming organizations in the electronic, semiconductor, materials design, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, energy and consumer goods markets. Enthought is headquartered in Austin, Texas, with additional offices in Tokyo, Japan; Cambridge, United Kingdom; and Zürich, Switzerland. For more information visit enthought.com, or follow on LinkedIn and Twitter.
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