About Jean-Pierre le Treut
Jean-Pierre is Cloud and Digital Workplace Market Executive in Global Financial Services at Atos. Outsourcing, Managed Services, Cloud Solutions : Jean-Pierre has been a true committed player of this evolution during the last 20 years in Bull, Canopy and now Atos ! He has fun when it's new and complex, when he meets innovative and open-minded people and when digital technologies and processes successfully leverage transformation, enhancements and growth of an organization. As Cloud and DWP Market Executive for Financial Services, his mission is to set a Cloud and/or DWP strategy on major accounts in the Financial services market and support Digital Transformation through Atos portofolio and business development. Jean-Pierre holds an engineer degree from the Ecole Centrale de Paris.
Articles posted by Jean-Pierre le Treut
Mindful modernization in financial services
Create the Financial institution of tomorrow without abandoning the business you’ve built In the financial services and insurance industry, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by pressure to modernize, as well as pressure not to modernize. Moving into the future is essential — but not all outcomes are created equal.
Smart phasing – the key to financial services modernization
Forty years ago, the only technology able to support thousands of simultaneous transactions and heavy nightly batches guaranteeing performance, resiliency and security were mainframes. Even today, analysts estimate that more than 65% of the banking and insurance business is entirely dependent on mainframe technologies. However, competitive and regulatory pressures, along with evolving customer expectations, require banks…
Data Centers in Financial Services Industry: are you ready?
Entering 2020 brings a new sensitive subject in every CIO’s Agenda : Data Centers. When discussing this topic with many CIO and I&O managers from banks and insurance organizations across Europe in 2019, I’ve particularly felt that many Data Centers (DC) must radically evolve. It is about considering the DCs’ design, following last century’s legacy