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Hervé Couturier Joins Amadeus as EVP of Development

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Amadeus has appointed ex-SAP Executive Vice President, Hervé Couturier, as Executive Vice President of Development.

 Couturier, who has some 25 years of international software development experience gleaned from previous high-profile roles at SAP, IBM and Business Objects, will head up Amadeus’ 4,500+ strong software development organisation across its 15 different sites worldwide.

Hervé Couturier joined Amadeus on 1 May 2012 and officially assumed responsibilities from Jean-Paul Hamon on 2 July 2012 following the conclusion of the handover period.

Luis Maroto, CEO and President, Amadeus said, “Hervé has a strong understanding of software development, including product strategy, planning and delivery; coupled with an incredibly successful track record in integrating new businesses and managing the expansion of complex solution portfolios. I am delighted to welcome him to Amadeus and I look forward to working closely with him.”

Amadeus has fifteen R&D centres around the world (Nice, London, Sydney, Antwerp, Aachen, Frankfurt, Boston, Miami, Toronto, Strasbourg, Tucson, Bangalore, Bogota, Warsaw and Bangkok), which currently house a team of over 4,500 people.

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