PTC France announces the appointment of Damien Lyantau as CEO. As part of his new role, he is the guarantor of the sales strategy for France and responsible for strategic decisions for the subsidiary, as well as relations with the executive business management at the Boston headquarters. In addition, he works closely with PTC France's management team to implement local initiatives, including sustainable development. In addition, it is working to redefine the human resources strategy by encouraging the capitalization of knowledge, the exchange of "good practices" between trades, as well as personal development workshops.
Damien Lyant began his career in 1998 at PTC where he held various sales manager positions until 2008, when he left openTrust. In 2010, he joined PTC again as VP EMEA - APAC Channel Transformation Programs. He then held successive positions as VP EMEA Channel Sales and EMEA Channel Sales Operations. In September 2016, he took charge of the sales strategy France and Benelux, he was later appointed CEO of the France subsidiary.
His in-depth knowledge of industrial issues allows him to accompany major French groups today in their digital transformation.
Born in 1973, Damien Lyant graduated from IDRAC Business School in Lyon and holds a Master's degree in Marketing and Economics.
Damien Lyant, CEO of PTC France, said: "I am very proud of this new mission. PTC brings innovative solutions to support its customers in their digital transformation in order to meet the new demands of today's evolving industry. PTC has strong assets including a unique software offering, a strong network of partners, and the ability to offer management and governance to all of its customers."
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