Valérie Chemla new leader of BCG Platinion in France

26 March 2021 1 min. read
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Boston Consulting Group has installed Valérie Chemla as the new leader of BCG Platinion in France. 

Valérie Chemla brings over 25 years of experience in operations and technology to the role. Most recently, she was the Chief Executive Officer of e-voyageurs Technologies, a subsidiary of SNCF Group, where she a team of around 1,200 technical experts. Prior to that, she served as the Chief Technology Officer of Deezer and served Vivendi for six years, holding a number of leadership roles.

Chemla brings a track record in consulting as well, having served as a director at Ineum Consulting (which merged with Kurt Salmon and then was acquired by Accenture) between 2006 to 2009. Earlier in her career, she held roles in the media, television and entertainment sectors. 

Valérie Chemla new leader of BCG Platinion in France

Appointed a managing director, Chemla has been tasked with expanding BCG Platinion’s footprint in France and Western Europe. BCG Platinion specialises in the IT-architecture and implementation side of BCG’s digital transformation offering. The practice is one of the growth engines of the $8.6 billion consultancy, and is eyeing further growth in the coming period.

Within BCG, BCG Platinion works closely together with the Technology Advantage practice from parent Boston Consulting Group, with BCG Gamma (the data science arm) and BCG Digital Ventures (the incubation wing). 

Chemla succeeds Norbert Faure, who led BCG Platinion in France for the past four years and now has been elevated to the helm of the Western Europe division.