Signavio welcomes Brandt and SFIL as new customers in France

Signavio is continuing to expand globally, both in terms of customer base and staff. The company recently partnered with large companies in France and the U.K. to optimize their business processes and decisions.

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These new customers include:

  • Brandt - a leading French group in the area of household equipment and appliances. They design and manufacture products for four iconic brands present in millions of homes around the world: De Dietrich, Brandt, Sauter, and Vedette.
  • SFIL - a public development bank that aims to guarantee stability in local public sector financing in France. Since 2015, SFIL has refinanced major export credit agreements.

As part of an ongoing effort to more closely support these new customers and others, Signavio offices in London, Paris, and Melbourne opened earlier this year. Signavio is also onboarding experienced staff with regional expertise.

“We are pleased to welcome Ian Pollard as Senior Vice President of Sales for EMEA. Ian brings over 25 years of experience in sales to his new role as the leader  of our Sales and Accounts teams.” Mark Holenstein, COO Signavio.

Previously, Ian Pollard was GM EMEA for CloudCraze - a cloud-based eCommerce solution. Prior to that he served as the Vice President Sales, EMEA at Box - a secure file sharing and content management service for businesses - and Veeva - a CRM solution provider to the Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences industry.

Signavio is committed to helping our customers successfully transform their business and we believe that serving them on a local level will help accomplish that. If you’re interested in trying our products, you can get a free 30-day trial at:


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Signavio offers web-based solutions for the modeling, analysis and optimization of business processes and decisions. Through its SaaS-Software, Signavio combines the advantages of a professional BPM and BDM solution with those of cloud collaboration.



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