CIGREF in a nutshell…

21 janvier 2016 | Cigref in english

CIGREF, an association of companies

Founded in 1970, CIGREF brings together 150 French companies and organisations from all sectors. To this end, CIGREF has three aims:

  • To bring together major companies using information systems,
  • To support CIOs and help them develop in the exercise of their profession,
  • To develop a long-term vision of the impact of information systems and technologies on the enterprise, the economy and society.

Managed by a Board of CIOs elected by other CIOs

B-Duverneuil

President

Bernard Duverneuil, 
Group Chief Digital & Information Officer at Elior Group

Vice Presidents

  • Corinne Dajon, Member of Group Executive Committee in charge of information systems and organisation, AG2R LA MONDIALE
  • Jean-Christophe Lalanne, Executive VP IT, CIO Air France/KLM
  • Jean-Claude Laroche, CIO Enedis

Vice President Treasurer

  • Stéphane Rousseau, CIO Eiffage Group

Contact us

  • By mail : CIGREF, 21 avenue de Messine, 75008 Paris, France.
  • By telephone: +33 1 56 59 70 00
    By e-mail: cigref@cigref.fr

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