Richard brings an extensive background of more than 20 years of executive-level management experience. Before Invengo, he was General Manager for TAGSYS RFID (now part of Mojix), including worldwide responsibility for the Textile Services business unit. Prior to that, he applied his leadership skills at Airbus Helicopters (Airbus Group) where he managed 40 buyers in France and Germany and lead the re-engineering R&D subcontracting strategy through change management. Richard spent over 10 years in the smart card industry and held several key management positions in Business and Operations within Gemalto in France and in the USA while developing strategic alliances with key partners.
He is a graduate of Industrial Purchasing Management Institute in Bordeaux, France, and holds a Master’s degree in Economical Sciences.
Christophe MoutotExecutive Vice President Engineering
Christophe has more than 25 years experience in systems engineering applied to the RFID and Telecommunications sectors. Prior to Invengo, Christophe was Vice President of Engineering and R&D at TAGSYS RFID (now part of Mojix). Before that, Christophe held several key management positions in semiconductor companies such as ST Microelectronics, Philips Semiconductor, VLSI Technology and Texas Instruments.
He holds a Masters Degree in Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics and Real Time Embedded Systems.
Fabrice MoriniVice President of Sales
Fabrice is responsible for global sales of the Company’s Textile Services business unit. He has extensive experience in technical sales as well as direct and channel-related business development. Before Invengo, he was Director of Sales Europe at TAGSYS RFID (now part of Mojix). He also held different positions from technical engineering to product line marketing. All together, Fabrice has over 15 years of experience in RFID systems integration and inventory management applications, combined with a significant knowledge of laundry business processes.
Fabrice holds an Engineering’s degree in Telecommunications from ISEN (Higher Institute for electronics and Digital Sciences), France.