Yannick Carriou, CEO
Laurent Calot, Executive Committee President
Carsten Bange, EVP Business Intelligence and Data Management business unit
Frédéric Munch, EVP Digital Business & Services business unit
Aurélie Boisselier, CFO
Having trained as an engineer, Yannick Carriou started his career in specialist roles at INSEE and then at TNS. He gained experience in the management of smaller entities before going on to manage progressively more significant and international organizations. As CEO of TNS SOFRES, then of IPSOS, he managed to spearhead the renewal of their products and services portfolios – in spheres that had been turned upside down by innovation.
Yannick is a graduate from École Polytechnique and The Paris Graduate School of Economics, Statistics and Finance
President of the Executive Committee
Laurent has more than 25 years’ experience in the analyst industry. He started his career in 1988 with Fujitsu/ICL's International Telecoms Unit in London and Paris as marketing and product manager. In 1991, he joined BIS Strategic Decisions as a senior consultant on mobile and aerospace-related applications. He then headed the Paris consulting branch of this research, analysis and consulting organization before joining Giga Information Group (created by G. Gartner) as Sales Director for Continental Europe. He then co-founded Giga Group, the European spin-off of Giga Information Group, where he was COO, Vice President Marketing and Sales. Upon the divestment of Giga Group's business and assets to Forrester Research in 2003, he took over as CXP's CEO in January 2004.
Laurent is a graduate in electronics and computing from EFREI and holds a master's degree in business administration.
Dr Carsten BANGE
EVP Business Unit BIDM
Carsten is founder and Managing Director of Business Application Research Center (BARC), member of the executive board of CXP Group and Executive Vice President of CXP Group’s Business Intelligence and Data Management business unit.
Carsten holds a PhD in management information systems, is a frequent speaker at IT conferences and seminars, and has worked as an analyst and management consultant on business intelligence and data management strategy, organization, architecture and technology selection for more than 15 years.
Chief Client Officer
Frédéric has been working in the Software and IT Services industry for 21 years. After a first position at Alcatel as marketing manager, he joined the German subsidiary of Pierre Audoin Consultants (PAC) in 1996 as a consultant. Frédéric has held a variety of responsibilities at PAC, becoming CFO & COO of the group in 2001. Before becoming CEO of PAC Group in December 2011, he took over the management of the German subsidiary early 2009, a position in which he led the company through a phase of strong growth.
The merger with Le CXP and BARC (Business Application Research Center) to form CXP Group in June 2014 was successfully initiated by Frédéric Munch and Laurent Calot, President of Le CXP.
Frédéric is now board member and Chief Client Officer of the CXP Group. He brings with him a rich experience with PAC and the CXP Group as well as an in-depth knowledge of the IT markets and its players in Europe.
Aurélie started in the finance teams of IT and Tech companies, in AJILON (ADECCO group) first, then OLYMPUS FRANCE where she gained the experience of being a Financial leader in large international corporate.
She then joined KEONIS, previously a part of Dassault Systèmes specialized in the integration of Product Lifecycle Management software. Starting as a CFO, she took the CEO role and drove the international development of a 50m€+ company with 180 employees. As being hands-on and shaping human-size companies is what the likes the most, she then joined a totally different venture, NEONESS (new fitness centers concept) where she led the finance, legal and HR teams.
After a successful LBO, it was time for Aurélie to get closer to her IT/Tech prior experience and in a company that would directly leverage her wide set of skills and her really positive, open and engaging character.