Delacroix Named Digigram Managing Director
Montbonnot, France - Mar 22, 2002 — Digigram has named Philippe Delacroix managing director as of March 1, 2002.
Delacroix, who joined Digigram in September 2001 as director of operations, is a 17-year pro audio veteran with key technical and general management positions at Schlumberger, Digitec, Studer and Harman Pro as well as other experiences in the Telecom industry.
Delacroix has a masters in engineering from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Métiers and a nMBA from the Centre de Perfectionnement aux Affaires, both in Paris.
He worked his way in five years with Schlumberger Audio from project engineer to R&D project leader to director of system engineering department. In 1987, Delacroix and four other staff officers of the professional audio division of Schlumberger led a management buy-out to form Digitec SA. Delacroix was vice president of engineering and a member of the board of directors with Digitec from 1987-1990.
In 1990 Digitec became Studer Digitec after it was acquired by Studer Revox and then Harman International. Delacroix served as president and managing director of Studer Digitec thru 1995. In 1996 Delacroix moved to Interphase Corporation, a supplier of network and telecom adapters, where he was COO of European Operations.
He left Interphase in November 1997 to become the managing director of EPMO, a leader in supplying tooling to the pharmaceutical industry. EPMO was acquired by Elizabeth Carbide Die Co. Inc. in July 2000, and little more than a year later, Delacroix joined Digigram as director of operations in order to come back to the pro audio industry.
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