Olivier works on defining and delivering innovative digital solutions that address the business opportunities behind complex and challenging problems.

About Olivier

Olivier is a Principal at Arthur D. Little in our London office and a member of our Digital Problem Solving team.

Olivier works on defining and delivering innovative digital solutions that address the business opportunities behind complex and challenging problems. He is passionate about new technologies, design, science and history. More than anything else, Olivier loves acquiring knowledge, creating understanding, and finding patterns between past, present and future, as well as between disciplines. His main objective for our clients is to be the digitally minded catalyst for diverse bodies of knowledge and perspectives to come together within multidisciplinary teams, and to find unique and ambitious yet pragmatic solutions to burning problems. 

Olivier started his career in 2001 on Atos France’s technical innovation team, quickly becoming an expert in the then nascent area of application servers and three-tier architectures. From this point onwards, he has focused on understanding how new yet usable technologies, concepts and ways of working could contribute to solving real-world enterprise problems.

Olivier relies on solid, wide and continuously expanding knowledge of a variety of subjects. Throughout his journey, he has acquired significant experience in complementary disciplines, such as solution and enterprise architecture, IT strategy, change management, and digital solution design and delivery. As a testimony to his focus on pragmatic innovation, it should not come as a surprise that Olivier ended up being involved in fostering early adoption of the following for various clients: open-source software, agile software development, noSQL databases, single-page applications, APIs, event-driven architectures, design thinking and, more recently, artificial intelligence.

Past Experience
Atos Consulting
Digital Technology Unit, operating at principal level
Education
Ecole Centrale de Lyon (France)
Master’s of Engineering, Information and Communication Technology