Fabrice de Salaberry COO, Sinequa

Was president and CEO of Active Circle, acquired by Oodrive, and COO at Atempo sold to ASG Software Solutions
This is a Press Release edited by on 2015.02.02

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Based in Paris, France, Sinequa SA, in real time big data search and analytics for Fortune Global 2000 companies, announced the nomination of Fabrice de Salaberry as COO.

His nomination comes as the culmination point of an overall increase of the Sinequa workforce by 25% during the last months, testifying to Sinequa's confidence in the development of the big data search an analytics market.

de Salaberry takes on his new responsibilities immediately and will help Sinequa in coping with growth and internationalization.

"Thanks to its cutting edge technology, Sinequa has enabled enterprises to extract the very best from big data. Before Sinequa, it was essentially impossible to deal with large volumes of both structured and unstructured data from diverse internal and external sources," he said. "The Sinequa team has built a powerful platform that delivers immediate business value to customers. Sinequa has gained an incredible momentum over the last two years, and I am excited to join at such a pivotal time in its growth."

"We are happy to have Fabrice on board and are looking forward to benefit from his experience in expanding and structuring companies from leading edge technology suppliers to global players", explains Alexandre Bilger, CEO. "He will help us sharpen our strategy and devise the best execution strategy."

Salaberry,Sinequa Prior to joining Sinequa, de Salaberry was heading Active Circle as president and CEO, where he deployed a strategy focused on storage and archiving for large volume of media and scientific data, which lead to the acquisition of the company by Oodrive end of 2014. Before this, he held the COO position at Atempo, a provider of data protection and archiving solutions, where he headed worldwide operations, from R&D to sales. Successively based in France and in Palo Alto, he was a key player in the transformation of Atempo from a regional backup software vendor to a global Data Management company. Atempo was acquired by ASG Software Solutions in 2011.

He holds an MBA from HEC Paris and is a graduate of CNAM (Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers).