Medexprim recruits Cédric Giannone as System and Network Engineer to support its growth.
At a pivotal time for the company, Cédric’s role will be to consolidate the entire internal infrastructure as well as to respond to customers’ storage and security issues.
Fabrice Pillon, General Manager of Customer Success: “Our ambition to create multicentric European datalakes by pathology in the mid-term places us in front of major IT challenges: storage and secure flow of massive data, cybersecurity, but also support for hospital IT departments. Cédric’s multiple skills will help us to develop as of today the right infrastructures and processes to fully play our role as facilitator with our various academic and industrial partners.”
Cédric Giannone, on his appointment: “I am very happy to join a motivated and caring team with exciting challenges. My role is twofold: internally, to ensure that employees have high-performance and secure collaborative tools to work efficiently in hybrid mode; externally, to implement Medexprim’s IT architecture and security policy, but also to help our customers evolve their own IT infrastructure.” A lifelong enthusiast of new technologies and an engineer, Cédric has worked in multiple sectors including telecoms, Fintech or even rail transport. He has developed a strong expertise in the management of sensitive projects, where reliability and security are major issues.
Medexprim is Europe’s leading provider of secure imaging and clinical data extraction to accelerate medical research. As a real-world data specialist, we build bridges between leading academic hospitals and pharmaceutical, AI and medical device companies. In compliance with the GDPR, we help hospitals drive their own clinical research strategy and extract value from their data, through our software and services designed with and for clinicians. We provide our partners with secure access to regulatory-grade data. Medexprim aims to build multicentric disease-specific data lakes to serve oncology, neurology and cardiology. We help solve the “one patient, one disease, one treatment” equation to develop precision medicine for better care.
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