Deloitte tech professional heads to world-wide immigration law business Fragomen

  • Marco Deutsch joins as chief electronic and engineering officer
  • Fragomen launched tech subsidiary final calendar year

(Reuters) – Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy has plucked an executive who managed Deloitte’s IT technique to fill a recently-designed best technological innovation-centered position at the immigration law firm.

New York-started international company Fragomen explained on Thursday it has employed Marco Deutsch as chief electronic and technologies officer, centered in Chicago.

Deutsch will oversee Fragomen’s know-how choices as the company grows Fragomen Technologies Inc, a tech subsidiary it introduced in September 2020, the agency claimed.

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Fragomen marked the opening of the tech unit very last year with its acquisition of SimpleCitizen Inc, a software package startup that develops immigration and visa know-how. The business built a 2nd acquisition in June of Nomadic, a tech enterprise that marketplaces computer software for corporate traveler management.

The agency claimed on its site it employs a lot more than 4,500 immigration pros and workers across 50 offices globally, and handles matters like company visas, company immigration courses, compliance and work verification.

Fragomen joined the parade of law companies getting into the Salt Lake Town industry this 12 months. The agency opened an outpost in July with SimpleCitizen, which is based there.

Deutsch used five several years at Deloitte as world wide chief alternative officer, wherever he concentrated on acquiring electronic data technological know-how strategies throughout its enterprise units, Fragomen claimed.

Deloitte is one particular of the Huge 4 experienced companies companies that are increasingly competing for law agency small business globally, even though they are not nonetheless permitted to apply law in the U.S.

A Deloitte consultant failed to right away answer to a ask for for comment about Deutsch’s departure on Friday.

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