Company Management

Getting to know the management team

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Philippe Ozanian

Chief Executive Officer

With over 20 years of high-level industry experience, Mr. Ozanian joined InfoVista in November of 2000 as its Chief Financial Officer. In 2007, Mr. Ozanian began serving the company as President and CFO with extended responsibilities to worldwide operations. Mr. Ozanian has led InfoVista as CEO since July 2008. Prior to joining the company, Mr. Ozanian was Director of Human Resources and Communications at Johnson & Johnson for France and Benelux from 1999 to 2000.

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David Forlizzi

Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Forlizzi is responsible for leading InfoVista’s worldwide finance and administrative organization which includes overseeing finance, human resources, legal and other administrative departments. After joining the company in March 2000 as Director of Finance for InfoVista Corporation, a U.S. subsidiary of InfoVista, he was subsequently promoted to Vice President of Finance in September 2001.

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Bernard Breton

SVP, Americas & APAC Sales and Chief Marketing Officer

Mr. Breton is responsible for Sales in the Americas and Asia-Pacific, as well as InfoVista’s marketing strategy. He joined the company following the acquisition of Mentum in 2012 where he was Chief Operating & Strategy Officer. In that capacity, he was in charge of business strategy, marketing, sales, deliveries and customer care.

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Yann Le Helloco

SVP, Research & Development and Chief Technical Officer

Dr. Le Helloco oversees the development of the network planning and service assurance products and he is responsible for technical innovation as Chief Technical Officer. Prior to joining InfoVista, Dr. Le Helloco was CTO at Mentum, heading R&D and product management activities of the company. He has many years of experience in managing technological, research and R&D teams for various companies including Ericsson, Marconi, Siradel and Cap Gemini.

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Marc Benrey

SVP, Worldwide Services

Mr. Benrey oversees the global professional services, training, and customer support organizations. Joining the company in 2001, he previously served as Director of Customer Advocacy. Mr. Benrey’s prior industry experience encompasses various positions in customer service including Chief Service Officer for Clariteam from 1999 to 2001, (the first European MSP specialized in Quality of Services) and Director of Customer Services for ARCHE Communications, a leading French network integrator, from 1995 to 1999. 

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Vikas Trehan

SVP, Corporate & Business Development

Vikas Trehan is SVP for Business and Corporate Development for InfoVista based out of Dallas, TX. In this role he is responsible for strategic alliances, strategic sourcing and corporate M&A functions. Vikas brings over 20 years of telecom industry experience in diverse functional roles including R&D management, product management, product marketing and business development.

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Marc Acosta

SVP Sales EMEA

Mr. Acosta is responsible for InfoVista’s global sales strategy in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Based out of Paris, he has more than 20 years of experience working with mission-critical software and services organizations serving communications service providers and large enterprise IT organizations. Prior to joining InfoVista in 2004, Mr. Acosta held several senior sales executive leadership positions with EMC, as a member of the Executive Leadership Team of the France and Africa business operations unit.

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Sylvain Quartier

SVP Product Management & Markets

Mr. Quartier oversees InfoVista’s global product strategy. Since joining the company in 2002, he has held a number of other positions in R&D and product management. Mr. Quartier’s prior industry experience encompasses various engineering, sales engineering and product management roles, including head of product management at TraceOne, a global leader in collaborative and SaaS solutions for the private label and branded goods industry.

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