war prize for Bain at Roland Berger

A significant transfer for Bain, which, like all firms, seeks to strengthen itself in this thriving sector (particularly through acquisitions, here, or the hiring of data scientists, there).

A graduate of Paris-Dauphine (Master of Finance -1996), Cyrille Vincey started as an engineer at a supply chain solutions publisher, before returning as a consultant for PwC (1999-2001), then evolving as a manager at Arthur Andersen Business Consulting. and at BearingPoint (2002-2004).

The consultancy also developed several companies between 2004 and 2014: from performance optimization in PE to consulting, passing through an offer in big data and data science. Between 2014 and 2017, Cyrille Vincey was a data manager at the technology company Ve Interactive and, at the same time, a member of the board of the French innovation center NUMA.

Joining Roland Berger in 2017, Cyrille Vincey launched and developed the Techno – Data Science practice there.

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Big data now has its practice at Bain

bathroom and company formalized the creation of an Advanced Analytics practice by appointing its boss, the American Chris Brahm. Bathtub it was, like its competitors, already very active in this area. The novelty is that we no longer speak of Advanced Analytics Group but of a global practice.

Chris Brahm, is based in San Francisco. As the leader of the Technology practice for North America, he participated very early in some emblematic missions in terms of data analysis. without leaving BathtubFor which he has worked since 1987, he also co-founded VoloMetrix, a people analytics company acquired by Microsoft in 2015. According to the VoloMetrix website, he remains the chairman of the board of directors.

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