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Cartesis Names Veteran IT Exec As New CFO

The performance management vendor enlists a CFO with experience in IT-related management, finance and investment.

Performance management software maker Cartesis appointed Bruno Combe, a veteran IT executive, as its new chief financial officer.

Combe will head the finance, legal, administration and information services functions at Cartesis, a Paris-based software company with U.S. headquarters in Norwalk, Conn. He replaces Veronique d'Adhemar, who will stay with the company in the new position of VP of finance and corporate controller.

Most recently, Bruno worked as a corporate financial advisor and investor in technology companies. Before that, he held an executive vice president position and headed finance at Ingenico, a maker of transaction technologies for the banking and retail industries. Prior to joining Ingenico, Bruno served as senior vice president at Bull, a European IT products and services group.

Cartesis also announced that Michel Delloye was named an independent board member of Sistecar, Cartesis' holding company.

Privately held Cartesis had sales of $110 million in 2005. Its customers include Air France KLM, Nissan and Standard Life, among others.

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