Tugdual GRALL joins eXo, as Vice President of Business and Product Strategy.

Paris, 16th june 2008 – eXo Platform SAS, collaborative software editor, is proud to announce the arrival of Tugdual GRALL in the company, as Vice President of Business and Product Strategy.

Tugdual Grall as eXo Platform business and product strategy Vice President

Tugdual will take the responsibility of business and product strategy. From the business side, Tugdual will work with the field team, to animate partners (ISVs, VARs), and manage pre-sales opportunities. In addition to this, Tugdual will leverage his experience within Oracle labs, to closely work with eXo development team to ensure product strategy/coherence.

“With always more international business opportunities, the arrival of Tugdual in the team, is also of a great help to develop the business at an international level” higlights eXo Founder and CEO, Benjamin Mestrallet, allowing him to focus more on international operations, like worldwide marketing and conferences around the world.

Tugdual Grall’s Background

Tugdual has 15 years of experience in the middleware applications in IT systems. He has been working for 8 years for Oracle corporation as consultant then as Product Manager for OracleAS Middleware, in Oracle Head Quarters, California.

As product manager, Tugdual has been focusing on JavaEE, Web Services/SOA and Portal. During this experience Tugdual was working on the product strategy in development organization, and with key customers to accelerate Oracle product adoption.

Lately Tugdual has been working as architect in Cap Gemini group (Sogeti), with a key role around SOA and Web 2.0 projects and evangelization.

He has been presenter at several international conferences such as JavaOne, Oracle Open World, ODTUG and has published articles on different sites and magazines. (Java Developer Journal, Oracle Technology Network, Select, Web Services Developer Journal)

Tugdual can be reached at tugdual.grall@exoplatform.com

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