Meet Stéphane ARNAUD!
Meet Stéphane ARNAUD, Business Intelligence and Infrastructure consultant at Sogeti Switzerland!
Stéphane Arnaud was born in Alsace in October 1965, and he is still leaving there with his wife and daughters.
He is playing badminton twice a week, running and trekking very often.
Tell us about your studies and certifications
In 1982, I got my first degree: a CAP/BEP “Aptitude Provisional Certificate” Electric, Electronic, Automation and Informatics.
In 1998, I got a VDI 21 “Voice Data Image” degree from Formapelec, a training organization dedicated to Electrical Engineering.
Then, in 2015, I graduated in Software Development “Web Technologies.”
What is your professional background?
I started to work on the industry side, automation and informatics industrial. Since 2005 after my re-conversion, I am working as Business Intelligence and Infrastructure consultant.
Why did you choose to work for Sogeti?
To begin, I did my validation internship (mandatory to grant my study) at Sogeti in 2005. One year after that, they contacted me, because there was a job opportunity for me. It was a great opportunity for me to work exclusively on the IT side.
On what kind of project do you usually work on?
I am working on Infrastructure Projects. I am usually involved in:
- Interviewing application owner
- Interfacing with Indian Packaging Team
- Integrating provided package on Client infrastructure
- Organizing and Managing UAT test
- Organizing and monitoring Pilot and Rollout
- Client uses SCCM 2012 to deploy applications VMware vSphere VDI to test integrated apps
And on what kind of project you would like to work on?
For me, the most important is not the project itself but your implication on this one, so I am staying open-minded to work on Sogeti Project opportunities.
Can you describe the most interesting project you’ve done recently?
In 2013, I worked on a Google migration project for a major Basel chemical actor. My role was to collect via data Cube in a dedicated migration data base, to active directory information to build migration planning of 65000 accounts, to organize mails and data migration worldwide, to report migration statuses via Business Object, to build several reports to monitor migration statuses, to replace telephones and more….
Which challenges do you meet in your work?
The biggest challenges are to stay optimistic regarding work difficulties and to provide even better client satisfaction.
In your opinion, what trends will revolutionize company’s way of work?
All cloud aspects will provide better data accessibility, collaborative work, and worldwide work place… keep cool and work well!
- Olivier GuntzDelivery Manager - Infrastructure & Cloud Practice Leader for the German Speaking Part
+41 (0)61 205 41 00
Olivier GuntzDelivery Manager - Infrastructure & Cloud Practice Leader for the German Speaking Part
+41 (0)61 205 41 00