Haroldo Jacobovicz, in the military college that lasted for seven years and at the University of Federal of civil engineering, decided to begin his career. The young Curitiba native attracted by the information technology potentiality preferred it over traditional civil engineering. He has been at the top of companies in the software specialization and services dealing with hardware in the 1990s, as well as in the field of telecommunications, and now coping with cloud communications.
He is the eldest of four brothers and the son of Alfredo, a civil engineer who was also a university professor. Because of his curiosity about what is going on in the world, he has been a voracious reader of magazines and newspapers. Haroldo Jacobovicz had been counting on being so fortunate, and in doing so, he realized that success required being a hard worker and having talents in identifying opportunities. He decided to form a Microsystem by enlisting the help of three of his computer-savvy friends.
He had witnessed the arrival of small businesses unprepared for the new wave, and he was encouraged to do so after learning that the corporation of the Exxon Mobil oil distributor of the American company was now hiring. After testing the dynamics with the battery, he was chosen from a group of two hundred similarly qualified engineers.
Haroldo Jacobovicz later became commercially responsible tactics in the business that was so new in Brazil, with headquarters having been located s in Rio de Janeiro, and whose main work was to be based on being an expert in analyzing data from the processed computer. He decided to leave and be closer to his family. He accepted a proposal to return to his hometown of Curitiba in cooperation with the Itaipu Binational, a company owned by the governments of Brazil and Argentine.