Bernard Debauche joins Systancia as Chief Product Officer
Systancia, specialist in application virtualization and cybersecurity, announces the arrival of Bernard Debauche as Chief Product Officer in charge of the development of the product offer.
Bernard Debauche holds a graduate degree in computer science engineering and he spent nearly 15 years at Axway, a software editor. As a product line manager, he managed three software product lines and their SaaS offering.
Bernard begun as an entrepreneur by creating a start-up specializing in BPM (Business Product Management), based in Grenoble (France). Since then, he has pursued a successful international career (Sema group-Atos, Bull, Akazi, Axway).
Joining Systancia is a new challenge in his career. "The decision to join Systancia was based on the existence of a solid and unique product portfolio and the creativity of the team. Its solutions are particularly accomplished and integrate perfectly into all customer environments. The technical potential is impressive. Also beyond the human values, Systancia's business ethics are solid. The whole approach is based on a real business project and represents a global and comprehensive project (with human, business, and product developments)
With this recruitment, Systancia is setting up the resources needed to pursue its international ambitions, by structuring its product management in a more efficient way.
"Given his experience, his skills, and probably the most important, his human qualities, Bernard will allow Systancia, together with each one of our talents, to demonstrate our originality in the virtualization, cybersecurity and artificial intelligence fields, while supporting our international development,"
Founded in 1998, Systancia is a recognized French software vendor in virtualization and cybersecurity, offering the next generation of application delivery infrastructure focused on users and security: application virtualization and VDI solutions, external access security, privileged access management (PAM), single sign-on (SSO), and identity management (IAM). Building on R&D as a growth engine, the Alsatian publisher relies on the technological value of its products and the closeness between its teams and its customers to meet the needs of users. Agile and in constant search of innovations, Systancia often outstrips the market leaders, breaking down the last barriers standing in front of it.
In 2017, Systancia achieved a turnover of 6.4 million euros and has 82 employees in three locations: Sausheim, Paris and Rennes.