Shortways introduces its Advisory Board! Its mission is to advise Shortways on strategic, business and marketing approaches and decisions.
Toan Nguyen, CEO of Shortways highlights that “the experienced and additional profiles of the Advisory Board members enable us to step back and so to make the right decisions.”
The Advisory Board consists of 3 advisors as of today: Jérôme Lefebvre, Eric Mahe et Christophe Rittano.
Jerome Lefebvre is Vice President of the European Operations Division at Tidemark. Previously, he was European Sales Director Performance Management at IBM. In the last 20 years, he held different positions as a leader in business applications for large businesses. Over the last ten years, he worked for OutlookSoft Switzerland, Microsoft Europe and Clarity Systems.
Jerome graduated in Political Sciences from the Sorbonne University of Paris. He is a private collector of Contemporary Art, loves music, cinema, literature and supports the Soccer French team.
“Part of the advisory board since 2011, I am delighted to support Shortways growth. The digital transformation that many organizations know implies to train and to support users in a different way. Users of business applications find themselves being transformed into “information workers” staggering under the weight of information and data. Shortways’ mission is to help employees meet this challenge and to drive their digital transformation project towards success.”
Eric Mahe is an entrepreneur who has been supporting companies in their digital transformation for 20 years.
After having been CIO and project manager, he co-founded RunMyProcess in 2007, a cloud-based platform that lets organizations design, run and manage business processes with no hardware, no software and no coding. RunMyProcess has been acquired by Fujitsu in April 2013.
Eric Mahe is passionate about innovation and digital. He is involved in multiple startups and has a position as partner at Axeleo, a french accelerator exclusively dedicated to B2B startups.
“I decided to join the Shortways’ Advisory board to contribute to the growth of this young and innovative company whose ambitious mission is to make data entry more reliable in any information system. I hope that I will help Shortways and Toan, the CEO to face challenges that they will meet during their growth.”
Christophe Rittano is a freelance consultant supporting general management teams in their digital transformation projects. After spending a few years at different positions in the software edition area, he focused on management consulting when joining Ernest and Young.
In 2003, he created a consulting firm in customer relationships management. He developed his company during 7 years (up to 40 consultants and 5 million euro turnover). He sold it to EI-Technologies. Since then, he has been working for Visconti, specializing in corporate coaching, to share his experience and support other SMB leaders growing their business.
He is a graduate from Ecole Centrale Paris. He is passionate about training and has been a teacher for 10 years in Ecole Centrale Paris, especially during workshops dedicated to leadership and innovation.
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