On June 14, Ludovic Mayot has become the new country manager/delivery executive of Trasys Luxembourg, member of Trasys International EEIG (European Economic Interest Grouping), the dedicated entity of the NRB Group specialist in ICT and consulting services for European institutions and international corporations.
Ludovic Mayot is 31 years old, holds a bachelor degree in computer sciences and a master in management from the ICN Business School. Ludovic is an expert in consulting projects and IT program management with a strong record of accomplishment in working for the European institutions and for local government bodies. He started working at Trasys Luxembourg in January 2018. Before that, he has been working for more than 7 years for Wavestone (formerly known as Kurt Salmon) realising consulting assignments within various EU institutions. In the years before that, he was working in France and in Germany for companies such as La Poste, Villeroy & Boch and ArcelorMittal.
Ludovic Mayot succeeds to Pascal Desart in the role of country manager for Trasys Luxembourg. “As delivery executive, I will continue to closely follow-up and develop my current activities”, Mayot confirms. “We also reinforced the team to help me absorbing the additional workload of the commitments I will assume as a country manager. This new role aims indeed to further promote and develop the activities of Trasys International.”
“Trasys International and our Luxembourg team, stand for a challenging but promising mission”, confirms Pascal Laffineur, CEO of the NRB Group. “They do have quite a unique positioning on multiple major European framework contracts. Moreover, thanks to the combination of the strength of the NRB Group on the one hand, and the very specific expertise in European and international matters of this team on the other hand, they became one of the very few organisations that can cover the complete digital transformation cycle of their customers i.e. from feasibility study and impact assessments till the implementation, maintenance and monitoring.”