Delphine Renevey

Delphine Renevey


Product Owner & Senior Project Manager


Delphine joined Nuxeo in 2004 after graduating from the Information Technology Department of Poitiers University. She currently manages two of Nuxeo's software
development efforts (eight people living the Scrum way of life). She specializes in applications
that make heavy use of digital imagery such as annotation processing, digital asset management, and intelligence analysis--and it is good that she does, because she currently lives at undisclosed location in Paris' 11th arrondissment. When not working at Nuxeo, she can often be found in the French alps, snowboard in
hand.




Solen Guitter

Solen Guitter


Project Manager


Solen is Nuxeo's resident 'Mouseketeer', having grown up close enough
to EuroDisney to hear people screaming on some of the rides and she
still spends many weekends there. Thankfully, she does not wear the
mouse ears in the office. Solen is graduated from Marne-La-Vallée
University (also suspiciously close to EuroDisney) and has a masters
degree in Technical Documentation from Paris 7 University. She joined
Nuxeo 3 years ago to work on functional documentation. She currently
manages the new Nuxeo Correspondence product as well as her staff of 5
people. She currently lives in Paris' 11th arrondissment with her
dog, Ciboulette; Solen can beat you at Mario Kart.




Alain Escaffre

Alain Escaffre


Presales engineer



Alain joined Nuxeo in 2007 to manage Nuxeo's internal support team and has now moved working on pre-sales activities. His background covers a lot of the "terrain" of France: raised in the south of France in Aveyron, got a degree in Computer Science degree from Polytechnic Nantes in France's north western Loire Valley, and is now living with his wife, Jane, south of Paris in Ivry Sur Seine. Before coming to Nuxeo, he honed his content-management skills as a resident expert on Document Management and Business Process Management at France's gas monopoly (GDF). Alain practices yoga regularly and strongly believes that desert deserves to be eaten before main dish.