Alain Issarny arrives at the head of NumSpot. Launched on October 26 by Bouygues Telecom, Dassault Systèmes, Banque des Territoires and Docaposte, the digital subsidiary of the La Poste group, the company is a new 100% French trusted cloud provider. He contrasts his proposal with Bleu and S3NS, which are being developed with the help of American giants. Cloud offerings available today with a 100% reliable French service are limited to either infrastructure (3DS Outscale, OVHcloud and Cloud Temple) or application software (Oodrive and Worldline).
The current Director of Information Systems (DSI) of the National Health Insurance Fund (CNAM) and former DSI of the General Directorate of Public Finance (DGFiP) Alain Issarny is a specialist in the digital transformation of the civil service. He will take office on February 1st. In a press release, he emphasizes that he is “proud to lead a company backed by a solid and experienced equity mix of public and private” and says that he “shares NumSpot’s founding values of openness, transparency, security and accessibility.” .
Olivier Vallee, CEO of Docaposte, the leader of the consortium, emphasizes: “NumSpot is very pleased to welcome Alain Issarni, with whom we share the same vision and the same ambition: to offer a quality and competitive offering that combines the sovereignty of software, data and jurisprudence. His recognized experience and rich experience in public service will be invaluable to NumSpot’s growth and success.”
Priority to the public sector, healthcare and bank insurance
Numspot uses the cloud infrastructure of 3DS Outscale, a subsidiary of Dassault Systèmes. The company must offer its services from the beginning of the 2023 academic year. It is aimed primarily at state players, healthcare and bancassurance. Numpost plans to become a “benchmark” in terms of cloud computing by developing the European ecosystem by collaborating with technology players and working with research labs to accelerate innovation in France and Europe.
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