Atos Response to COVID-19 and Approach to the Post COVID Future
During the webinar, we will present how Atos is applying its digital and industry expertise, technologies and people to join the fight against COVID-19 and to adapt to the Post COVID Future.
Whether it is helping students with remote collaboration tools, or providing supercomputer data crunching muscle to search for a COVID-19 vaccine, or enabling remote video consultations with patients, Atos stands ready to serve the communities it serves.
The format will be interactive and we will allow 30 minutes for Pierre and Robert to answer your questions.
Date: Wednesday 27th May
Time: 10.00 ET | 5.00 BST | 16.00 CET
- Atos Response to COVID-19
- Atos Approach to the Post COVID Future
- Q&A (30 minutes)
Head of Public Sector & Defense and Head of Big Data & Cybersecurity
Pierre joined Atos in 2013 with the successful merger of Bull and Atos, as Senior Executive Vice-President for Big Data & Cybersecurity and in February 2020, when the company announced its new industry focus, he was appointed to lead the Public Sector & Defense markets. Before joining Atos, Pierre was General Manager of SFR Business team. He began his career in the venture capital department of Thalès. In 1998, he joined Alcatel Lucent with various successful sales positions, before being appointed Chief Executive Officer of Alcatel Lucent France then Group Executive Vice President Human Resources & Transformation. He began his career in the venture capital department of Thalès. Knight of the French National Order of Merit, Pierre Barnabé is graduated from NEOMA Business School and from CentraleSupélec.
Head of Healthcare & Life Sciences and Head of Unified Communications
Robert joined Atos in 2018 as Chief Sales Officer and in 2019 was also appointed Head of Unified Communications. In 2020, he was appointed Head of Healthcare & Life Sciences. Prior to Atos, Robert was President of Cisco France. Robert was elected President of AmCham (American Chamber of Commerce in France) in February 2016. He is also a board member of CESI (Center for Higher Education Industry) and a graduate from the French business school – ESSEC.