CEO of Economie Numérique Conseil in France and Peppol pre-award coordinator.
Bruno Boutteau is ICT consultant since 7 years in charge of projects coordination for local and central governments bodies.
He is the founder of Economie Numérique Conseil an ICT consulting company, co-founder of Altivis with senator René Trégoüet and achatpublic.com a leading public e-tendering platform in France.
Bruno Boutteau is involved in Pan-European Public Procurement On Line - PEPPOL – with ADETEF and in charge of project coordination for WP2 and WP3 for France in connection with national and European partners.
He worked for Sanofi-Aventis for accompanying the change management processes and training in new procedures to promote e-tendering. He coordinated the integration of new tools like electronic signature, digital archiving.
He worked like IT architect for Urban Community of Dunkerque Scientific equipment : Palace of the Universe.
He helped the Local government of Hauts-de-Seine in CRM project : state of the art and supply of solution in the area of citizens relationship management.
He helped the Local government of Hauts-de-Seine in TOIP project : analysis of expectations, definition of functional specifications. Mapping means; assistance in drafting the statement of needs for new uses of telephony on IP technology.
He helped the city of Saint-Maur-des-Fosses for its Portal : analysis of expectations, definition of functional architectures and application; identification of means; assistance in drafting the statement of needs for new uses.
Bruno Boutteau worked like IT specialist for Caisse des Dépôts, France Telecom, Fujitsu, Nokia, Control Data.
Bruno Boutteau has a master in Business Administration from IAE Paris, a master in IT from Paris VI, and is IT engineer from Polytech Lille.