published on March 8, 2016 - 3:46 AM
Written by The Business Journal Staff
FocusVision announced that Jamin Brazil has been promoted as the market research tech firm’s new CEO.

Jamin Brazil most recently served as chief marketing officer for FocusVision, and was also CEO and co-founder of Fresno tech firm Decipher before it was acquired by FocusVision last year.

Jamin Brazil replaces Eric Grosgogeat, who served as CEO of Connecticut-based FocusVision for eight years. Grosgogeat stepped down to pursue other opportunities, according to a news release.

“I am honored to lead FocusVision as we continue to provide world-class market research software solutions to our customers globally,” Brazil said in a statement. “That’s what we do for our customers — provide them with the best tools to get meaningful insights. Our customers are the heart of our operation.”

FocusVision has more than 350 employees and offices in the U.S., U.K., Bulgaria, Brazil, Australia and Singapore. It has expanded its offerings with the acquisition of four market research technology firms, including Decipher.

“Jamin has full support of the board,” said Dennis Malamatinas, chairman of the FocusVision board. “He successfully built Decipher, knows the research space well and we are certain that he will provide the leadership to take FocusVision to the next level.”

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