VEDICIS gathered seasoned experts and entrepreneurs from the telecom industries (Netcentrex, Radware, NEC, Unisys, HP…) who brought a rich experience and complementary skill sets to develop value for our customers.
Théodore Martin Martin, CEO
Théodore was previously Netcentrex CEO. Under his leadership, Netcentrex had a strong profitable growth. He developed Netcentrex into a leading provider of solutions for CTI, IP telephony, and interactive voice response through investments and acquisitions of technology, and the creation of strong customer relationships. He drove the M& A of Netcentrex by Comverse in 2007. Théodore founded MG2 Technologies and led the company for 12 years before merging it with Netcentrex.
Théodore holds an engineering degree from ENSIMAG.
François-Frédéric Ozog, CTO
François-Frédéric founded his first software company in 1984, and held several technical and marketing functions at Olivetti, Unisys, Access360, Tempoline, NetSecureOne and Radware. He lastly co-founded Versada Networks in the USA.
François-Frédéric holds a college degree in computing science from Université de Paris VII. He is the author of 7 patents.
Arnaud Gardin, VP, Marketing & Partnerships
Arnaud held various marketing management positions at HP. He co-founded Entelience in 2003. Lastly at NEC, he successfully promoted IT solutions as head of marketing and business development for EMEA (hosted desktop virtualization, business continuity…).
Arnaud has graduated from the Ecole Centrale de Nantes and has received a management degree from the Ecole de Management de Lyon.
Olivier Hersent, Technology Advisor
Olivier is a recognised telecom and technology expert. He was Netcentrex founder and CTO, and became Comverse CTO after Netcentrex acquisition. He lastly provides consultancy on VoIP systems, Value Added Services for mobile networks, and back-end systems for telecommunication services, activation, provisioning, rating and charging.
He is the author of several books about VoIP and IP telephony.
Olivier has graduated from Ecole nationale supérieure des Télécommunications in Paris and Ecole polytechnique.