Since our formation in 2003 as a small handful of engineers, people have always been our most important resource. Our developers and operators are headed up by a seasoned management team that's well-versed, both locally and internationally, in technology, project management, and law. Their wide range of expertise offers clients an assured touch, be it while outsourcing or subcontracting.
CO-FOUNDER AND CEO
Larisa is responsible for Senor’s consistent building of strong and effective relationships with clients. She has 18 years of experience in legal and administrative affairs, 8 years of litigation experience with commercial courts in Serbia, and 12 years in management.
Torgeir is a seasoned programme manager who has been delivering technical, construction, and training projects internationally for 18 years. Torgeir brings a wealth of experience managing teams to tight deadlines, budgets, and quality standards, all in a range of developing countries.
HEAD OF SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
Sean brings with him 15 years of development experience at startups big and small, in Central & SE Europe as well as North America. When he's not leading development teams, he's putting his UX / UI skills to good use.
TEAM LEADER, CUSTOMER SUPPORT
Ljiljana boasts a decade's experience in leadership positions, demonstrating mastery of problem solving, troubleshooting, and the ability to train and motivate successful teams.
TEAM LEADER, DATA PROCESSING
With extensive experience in the organizational and administrative side of the IT industry, Aleksandra is a proven team leader with a detail-oriented approach to best practices and team organization.
HEAD OF FINANCE
Ljiljiana, with her 20 years' experience in the financial sector, is responsible for the financial planning and management of projects, as well as the day-to-day operational details.
Our offices are located on the banks of the Sava River in downtown Belgrade. The Serbian capital brings with it an impressive pool of highly qualified developers, within a few hours' drive (or short flight) of Central European capitals like Vienna, Budapest, and Zagreb.