Netia Names Gandilhon Managing Director


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July 10, 2014 - Thierry Gandilhon has been tapped to join Netia as its managing director. He will be based at the company headquarters in Claret, France.

Gandilhon has more than 25 years of technical experience in the field of software development, as well as a strong record of establishing and building successful technology companies.

"I am passionate about building simple solutions that fit the market and customer need using complex technologies,” said Gandilhon. “I see this same dedication at Netia.”

He was a co-founder of Eptica, where he served as executive vice president and chief technology officer. Eptica is a European provider of multichannel customer interaction software.

Gandilhon previously served as vice president and CTO at MATRAnet: CTO at Step One/Sharing Technologies; R&D director at Business Objects, where he was one of the first employees; and project manager and research engineer within the BULL artificial intelligence research group.



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