WebRatio is an Italian company established in 2001 as a spin-off of Politecnico di Milano.
Today it has two offices in Italy, one in Ecuador and two competence centers in Spain and Germany.
Stefano Butti is the CEO of WebRatio. He is responsible for setting the overall direction and business development strategy for the company. He leads also marketing and communication activities. In 2001 he was one of the founders of WebRatio where he served in different roles: WebRatio analyst, sales engineer, application development manager, software factory manager and sales manager. He graduated at ENSTA Paris and at Politecnico di Milano.
Pierpaolo Signorile's career starts in 1990. After a brief period in which he covers a technical role, he become account & sales manager for the IT department of a pharmaceutical industry. From 2001 to 2006 he works for a multinational company and his responsibilities grow to the role of strategic account. Since 2007 he works for WebRatio at first as business development manager and since 2009 as sales manager.
Roberto Acerbis graduates at Politecnico di Milano. In 2001 he is one of the company’s founders. Over the years he covers different roles: Java programmer, analyst / developer of Web applications developed with WebRatio, software factory manager. Currently he is the WebRatio Services BU Director.
Emanuele Molteni graduated with a degree in Computer Engineering at Politecnico di Milano in 2002. He began his career in WebRatio in 2002 as an analyst/developer and then as Project Manager. Over the years he has increasingly dedicated himself to pre and post sales services. From 2008 until 2011, he assumed the role of head of Customer Services Unit. From 2012, he is Product Manager of WebRatio and Director of the Product Business Unit.
Aldo Bongio graduates at Politecnico di Milano. In 2001 he is one of the company’s founders. He is the developer of the first version of the WebRatio runtime framework and code generator. He is co-author of the book: Designing Data-Intensive Web Applications (Morgan-Kaufmann, 2002). Currently he is the Chief Architect and R&D Director of WebRatio and the Software Factory Manager of WebRatio.
Matteo Silva graduated with a degree in Computer Engineering at Politecnico di Milano. In 2008 he began his career in Latin America with a project developed in Guayaquil, Ecuador. From 2009 he was involved in the business development of WebRatio in Ecuador and surrounding countries; he created the first network of partners and clients and trained the first team of IT professionals specialized in WebRatio in Ecuador. In 2011 he became the Country Manager at the WebRatio headquarters located in Cuenca, Ecuador.
Stefano Ceri is full professor of Database Systems at Politecnico di Milano; he was visiting professor at the Computer Science Department of Stanford University between 1983 and 1990. He is member of the VLDB Endowment and of the EDBT Foundation. He was Associate Editor of ACM-Transactions on Database Systems and is currently associated editor of several journals, including IEEE-Transactions on Software Engineering. He is author of several international books on general computer science, distributed databases, active databases, and conceptual design, including Designing Data-Intensive Web Applications (Morgan-Kaufmann, 2002). He won the VLDB Ten Years Award in 2000 (VLDB in Cairo) and was the Coordinating Program Chair of VLDB 2001 in Rome.
Piero Fraternali is full professor of Web Technologies at Politecnico di Milano. He is associate editor of the international Journal of Web Engineering. In 2004 he was the president for the international conference ICWE (International Conference on Web Engineering). His research and professional interests span business rules, object-orientation, design methods for data-intensive Web sites, CASE tools for automatic Web site production, and wireless applications. He is author of several articles on International Journals and Conference Proceedings, and co-author of the books: Designing Database Applications with Objects and Rules: the IDEA Methodology (Addison-Wesley, 1997) and Designing Data-Intensive Web Applications (Morgan-Kaufmann, 2002).
Marco Brambilla collaborates to several research projects related to web engineering, business processes, SOA, Web services, Semantic Web, semistructured data mapping, RIAs, web architectures for embedded systems. He graduated in Information Engineering at the Politecnico di Milano in April 2001 and in 2005 he got a Ph.D. in Information Engineering at Politecnico di Milano. He spent two months internship in Cisco Systems (San Josè, CA, USA) and 6 months as visiting researcher at UCSD (University of California, San Diego). He is coauthor of the book “Designing Data-Intensive Web Applications” (Morgan-Kauffman, 2002) and of several scientific articles.