Percepscion is led by a unique multi-disciplinary team of individuals with a proven track record in establishing and growing successful technology businesses.
The Percepscion team is drawn from the joint venture partners DiUS Computing and Grey Innovation, who have deep experience in consumer technology specification, design and development, along with an impressive track record of business start-up and growth.
Joe Losinno. Founder, board member and acting-CEO.
Joe is a leading figure in the Australian IT industry where he has worked for over 22 years. After excelling for several years in the areas of executive management, business development, organisational leadership and business planning and strategies, Joe formed DiUS Computing in 2004. As of June 2013, Joe has built DiUS into a diverse team of over 100 talented professionals, developing lasting products and solutions based on the application of emerging technologies, including The Internet of Things and Predictive Analytics.
Jefferson Harcourt. Founding partner and board member.
Jefferson is committed to helping create successful high-tech companies. He formed technology commercialisation company Grey Innovation in 1998, from when it has successfully worked on over 200 projects and achieved design awards locally and internationally. Grey Innovation’s clients include multinationals (Hewlett Packard, Samsung, Bosch, Siemens), and entities working on early stage deals, including leading Australian universities and venture capital firms. Jefferson is an Executive Director of the Verde Innovation Fund and is an Advisory Board Member of the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia.
Clency Coutet. Founding partner and board member.
Clency has 20 years experience in the field of enterprise architecture and solution delivery management. Clency has significant Smart Grid experience through his involvement in the establishment of the Smart Grid Technical Blueprint for Jemena and in the subsequent technology selection process. Clency is a Director of DiUS Computing.
Mark Anderson. Founding partner and Chief Technology Officer.
Mark has over 17 years experience in technology innovation, including architecting and developing systems for networking and communications solutions. Over the past 6 years, Mark has played a key role as a technology leader within Victorian electricity utilities helping them deliver their advanced metering infrastructure programs, leading to the deployment of millions of fully operational Smart Meters across Victoria.