Systar Appoints Gilles Leflambe to Strengthen BAM Leadership in European Banking Market
Mr. Leflambe has more than 30 years of experience in international banking and information technology. After graduating from the HEC School of Management, Mr. Leflambe served in the international department of Caisse Centrale des Banques Populaires as Executive Vice President. He then joined SWIFT as Vice President and was responsible for the foundation of SWIFTNet. After his appointment to Deputy Director of Banking Services at Societe Generale, Mr. Leflambe was an International Consultant on Banking Services for financial institutions and technology integrators.
"We are very pleased to welcome Gilles Leflambe on board. His outstanding international banking experience, from both the business and IT perspectives, is a major asset for Systar," said Philippe Guénault, Executive Vice President, Systar.
"Systar's unmatched expertise in real-time operational data collection and analysis is particularly valuable to banks given today's challenging economic environment, enabling them to reduce risks while improving operational performance and client satisfaction," said Mr. Leflambe. "I welcome the opportunity to help financial institutions achieve even greater control of their businesses."
Over 180 clients worldwide, including 10 of the world's 15 largest banks, rely on Systar's performance management software to maximize the efficiency of their business operations and IT infrastructure. Systar is widely regarded as the leading provider of Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) solutions and offers innovative capacity management software for both physical and virtual server environments. Systar is listed on the NYSE Euronext Paris Stock Exchange (ISIN: FR0000052854-SAR), and has offices in North America and Europe. More information about Systar is available at www.systar.com
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