International management team.
</p> <p id='tw-target-text' dir='ltr' style='text-align: justify;'><span lang='en'>Jean-Louis earned his engineering degree from Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications in 1977. He started his career with the English company Muirhead in the field of press communication systems. In 1981 he created a company called Myfra, which had a turnover of 25 million francs when he decided to sell it in 1987. In 1988 he joined the Métrologie group to build LASCOM in France, and positioned the company like a major PLM editor.</span></p> <p>Jean-Louis maintains today his position as a non-executive president of Lascom and will be concentrating on the strategic orientations of the company.
</p> <p style='text-align: justify;'>Jean-Christophe graduated with a degree in engineering from Ecole Nationale d’Ingénieurs in 1994 after a final year studying Biomechanics at Università di Bologna in Italy.</p> <p>He started his career as Technical Manager in the field of electrical components with Swiss company, CF. From 1995 to 1998 Jean-Christophe then managed the production of SOCOMI, a company with 100 millions francs turnover located in Martinique Island (West Indies).</p> <p>Jean-Christophe joined LASCOM in 1999 in the PLM project sales team. He promoted the idea to apply the PLM concepts to the food industry and was charged in 2002 with developing LASCOM in the Food and Drugs market.</p> <p>Since 2004, Jean-Christophe has also been responsible for the development of sales partnerships and the expansion of the export & distributors network.</p> <p>Jean-Christophe Calmejane, former Export Director of Lascom, leads the commercial strategy to meet international growth targets. It will particularly consist of developing and directing multicultural teams in Europe, the United States, and in Asia as well as a partner network.
Executive Officer in charge of commercial operations
</p> <p style='text-align: justify;'>With solid experience in software edition, and a career start at Lascom followed by a a long tenure at Sopra HR as R&D Deputy Director, Charles Henriot have the mission to streamline R&D and services activities in order to improve productivity, secure projects and expand service offers. He will manage the integration, R&D and support teams to operationally implement the company strategy defined by the president.</p> <p>
Executive Officer in charge of technical operations
</p> <p style='text-align: justify;'>Sophie holds a Magister of Economics, Finance and Insurance Bank (Dauphine, 1998) and an Executive Coaching Diploma (Cergy Pontoise University, 2002). After two years experience as an auditor in Arthur Andersen ( newly Ernst & Young), she joined the Lascom financial management department in April 2000.</p> <p>