Clear2Pay, the international technology provider of next generation payment solutions for financial institutions announces that it has appointed Dominique Illien (FR) as non-executive director of the board.
Since 2011 Dominique Illien has been CEO of Editions Lefebvre Sarrut Group, a company focusing on legal and tax publishing and training education. Previously Dominique Illien held numerous executive management positions in the information technology industry as CEO of Sligos, which later transferred into the creation of Atos, where he was COO for Southern Europe in addition to the Worldline and Outsourcing business lines. In 2007 Dominique Illien joined Sopra Group as Managing Director and Board Member.
Michel Akkermans, Chairman and CEO of Clear2Pay states: "With Dominique Illien we welcome a wealth of experience on board which is crucial to our company in its state of development. We have enjoyed strong growth since our inception and we therefore now have to focus on both continuing our expansion in the marketplace as well as optimising our internal processes around software development and global delivery. Dominique Illien has a strong track record in sizeable organisations on top of a sound understanding of the challenges of the financial technology marketplace. His independent views will strengthen both our strategy and execution capabilities in the years to come".
Dominique Illien comments: "I am delighted to be part of a fast growing and ambitious company as Clear2Pay. They have built their own story and a new vision in a business arena that I know well and since my very first contacts with the shareholders and the board there was a clear match of interest. I very much look forward to making a contribution to the team and will focus to put my experience in large financial technology companies to good use when it comes to increased revenue on global project delivery and software development. We will also aim to embed a high level or re-use of project and product development experience inside the company in the context of a totally new approach to payments modernisation".