| Guy Mamou-Mani|
Guy Mamou-Mani (born 1957) is a French columnist for the French language addition of The Huffington Post, and president of Syntec Numérique.
A licensed mathematics teacher, Mamou-Mani began his career in 1985 with CSC-Go International, as a consultant. In 1995, he created the French subsidiary of the U.S. software company Manugistics. He than joined the Open Groupe as associate director in 1998, then in 2008 he became the COO of Open Groupe with Frédéric Sebag. He was elected president of Syntec Numérique in June 2010.
He is the brother of Alain Mamou-Mani, and the uncle of Arthur Mamou-Mani.
Guy Mamou-Mani Wikipedia