Summary


Founder of Alien6, Ludovic is specialized in designing and realizing innovative and reliable enterprise applications.

Having obtained a Msc in Computing Sciences from the University of Caen then a Msc in Telecommunication from the University of Nice-Sophia-Antipolis, Ludovic joined SAP Labs France in order to contribute to the implementation of some of the building blocks of SAP Bank Analyzer. Few years after, he has been transfered to the headquarters in Walldorf as Global Support Consultant then Solution Consultant to serve International Financial Services Premium Customers.

Since 2009, in addition of acting as Expert and Presales Consultant on new technology trends , he has designed and coordinated one dozen of Digital Projects, contributed to some of the major SAP Transformation Programs in France.

My Experience

Average Experience per Industry (Man.days)

Experience

Having worked for top employers over the past decade...


  • Contributing to presales, planning and initializing extra-large IT Transformation programs
  • Integration Lead & Lead Architect on large and medium size projects
  • Providing expertise on Digital topics
  • Defining new consulting service offerings
  • Delivery Lead in charge of a portfolio of one dozen of Digital Applications
  • Providing expertise on SAP Netweaver related topics
  • Numerous international consulting activities delivered as part of a taskforce in charge of ramping-up new products and managing critical operations for premium banking customers
  • Contributing in the definition of Enterprise SOA Readiness service offerings dedicated to the Banking Industry
  • Designing and implementing some of the building blocks of SAP Bank Analyzer


Major consulting contributions grouped by customers (Man.Days)

Role Distribution (Man.Days)

Education

2001-2003


The Msc in Computing Sciences from the University of Caen was aiming to educate IT Engineers with a high level of expectation. The cursus was taking into account the evolution of the profession, where the assembly of "complex software products" and the development of software layers and APIs were being at least as frequent as specific developments.

All students had to masterize software and systems implementations, being familiar with different programming environments and software engineering methods. They had to know a large set of techniques going from classical algorithmic to artificial intelligence. They have studied more thoroughly certain application areas in order to gain in practical modeling.

The Msc has guided students to fundamental Research by showing the dynamic side of the discipline and exposing them to difficult problems and some emerging technologies.

Students have also been prepared to manage with "non-technical" aspects of the profession (e.g., communication & project management) and had to successfully accomplish a professional internship to validate their diploma.

2003-2004


Telecommunication is both a dicipline, a dynamic industry, a function, a domain and a culture. It refers to a large set of knowledge relying on IT and multimedia, electronics and microelectronics, optics, signal and information processing, physics ...

The industrial environment of the University of Nice-Sophia-Antipolis has brought up an important telecommunications hub located around Sophia-Antipolis, but actually extended throughout Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur.

In this prosperous environment, the Msc of Telecommunication, which was born from the collaboration between IT Scientists, Electronic Scientists and major companies from the sector, has been mainly intended for students with a scientist curriculum.

The Msc was taking place at the University through classes, tutorials and practical lessons taught by academics and professionals, as well as seminars led by famous and recognized personalities for a total volume of 450 hours. The diploma was issued in September after having validated a five to six month professional intership.


First Year

  1. Mathematics
  2. Algorithmic
  3. Languages & Automata
  4. Information Systems & Databases
  5. Operating Systems & Networks
  6. Software Engineering
  7. OO-Programming
  8. Functional Programming
  9. English & Communication

Second Year

  1. Algorithmic
  2. Computability & Complexity
  3. AI & Distributed AI
  4. Logic & Logic Programming
  5. Compilation
  6. Software Engineering
  7. Systems & Networks Programming
  8. English & Communication

Third Year

  1. Numerical Communications & Signal Processing
  2. Electronic Devices & Systems
  3. Data Acquisition, Processing, Transmission & Restitution
  4. Mobile Communications
  5. Smart Cards
  6. Security: Networks, Systems & Applications
  7. Network & System Administration
  8. Multimedia: API & Programming
  9. Web Concepts, techniques & Languages
  10. Distributed Programming & Network Architecture
  11. English, Economy & Management

June, 2007

  • Introduction to End to End Root Cause Analysis
  • Incident Management
  • End to End Change Diagnostics
  • End to End Workload Analysis
  • End to End Trace
  • End to End Exception Analysis
  • Application and Data Inconsistency Analysis
  • SAP Early Watch Alert

May, 2007

  • Introduction to End to End Solution Support
  • Introduction to End to End Business Process Integration & Automation Management
  • Job Scheduling Management
  • Business Process & Interface Monitoring
  • Business Process Performance Optimization
  • Data Consistency Management

November, 2006

  • USEC05 Technical Fundamentals
    • SAPTEC
      • SAP Solutions
      • Navigation
      • The System Kernel
      • Software Development in SAP Systems
      • Communication and Integration Technologies
      • Tools for SAP System Administration
      • SAP NetWeaver and Enterprise Service Architecture
    • USEC04
      • Hardware
      • Operating Systems
      • SAP and Java
      • Relational Databas Management Systems
      • SAP: Solutions, Components & Patches
      • SAP: Start & Configuration
      • SAP and Unicode
  • USEC10 Workload Analysis Fundamentals
    • ADM315
      • Introduction to Workload Analysis
      • Performance Analysis Monitors
      • SAP Memory Management
      • Hardware Capacity Verification
      • Expensive SQL Statements
      • SAP Table Buffering
      • RFC Monitoring
    • USEC09
  • USEC15 Oracle Architecture & Performance
    • USEC11/TORA01 Oracle DB Fundamentals
      • Oracle Architecture Basics
      • Transactions in an Oracle Database
      • Database Strctures
      • Oracle Architecture Details
      • Reorganization
      • Backup, Restore and Recovery
    • USEC15 SQL Statement Optimization for Oracle
      • Introduction Technical Background
      • Introduction to the shared SQL Area
      • Analyzing SQL Statements
      • Update Statistics
      • Identify Coding
      • Index Utilization
      • Cost Evaluation
      • Index Creation
      • Similar Statements
      • View Processing
      • Joins
      • Pooled and Clustered Tables
      • Fragmented Indexes
      • Suitable Access Path
      • SAP Table Buffering
      • Snapshots Tool Old
      • Expensive Sorts
      • Shared Memory Problems
      • Rule Based Optimizer
      • TCP NODELAY
  • USEC20 Introduction to Remote Service Delivery
  • USEC25 Service Consultant Candidatus (incl. Certification)

March, 2006

  • Overview Basel II
  • Customizing Calculation Process
  • Online Detail Reporting
  • General Methods
  • Preprocessing
  • Data Enrichment
  • Risk Weights
  • Retail
  • Exposure at Default
  • EAD - Netting
  • Eligibility & Haircuts
  • Preprocessing - Calculation of Capital Requirements
  • Calculation of Capital Requirements
  • Module Editor
  • Historical Database
  • Disclosure & Reporting

March, 2006

  • Basic Outlines of the IAS/IFRS Reporting Requirements
  • FDB/IAS Integration
  • Overview of the IAS Solution
  • Introduction in customizing & detailed features of the accounting engine
  • Introduction in customizing and detailed features of the balance processor
  • Basic outlines of Hedge Accounting Requirements
  • Overview fo the Hedge Management Solution

October, 2004

  • Analysis & Design of classes (UML)
  • Classes, Instances & References
  • Inheritance, interfaces and polymorphism
  • Events
  • Friends
  • Object Services
  • Details on various ABAP syntax Elements
  • String processing using UNICODE
  • Internal Tables
  • Exceptions
  • Dynamic Programming with field symbols and references
  • Program calls and data transfer

October, 2004

  • Introduction to screen programming
  • Program Interface
  • Screen Elements for Output
  • Screen Elements for Input/Output
  • Subscreen & Tabscipt Controls
  • Table Controls
  • Lists & Context Menus

October, 2004

  • DDIC Tables
  • Performing Table Access
  • Validating Data Inputs
  • DDIC dependancies
  • Modifying Tables
  • Table Views
  • Search Helps

October, 2004

  • Writing ABAP programs and the most important repository objects
  • Navigating in the Workbech and using the syntax help
  • Writing programs using the Object Navigator
  • Editing Source text using the ABAP Editor
  • Testing programs using the Debugger
  • Defining elementary and structured data objects
  • Overview of important ABAP Statements
  • Using Internal Tables (Introduction)
  • Implementing modularization techniques locally within a program
  • Databas Dialogs
  • Overview: reading from several database tables
  • User Dialogs: Lists, selection screens, screens
  • Usage of Function groups and function modules: classes and methods, BAPIs
  • Project-Oriented development with the help of the workbench Organizer
  • Overview of various options available for customizing software

September, 2004

  • Enteprise Portal Overview
  • Solution Management
  • Analysis and Monitoring
  • Risk Factors and Services in EP

September, 2004

  • Data Loading
  • Infocubes & Aggregates
  • Business Planning & Simulation and BW Monitoring

September, 2004

  • Big Picture
  • ESA Enterprise Service Architecture
  • XI 3.0 ExChange Infrastructure
  • MDM 2.0 Master Data Management
  • MI 2.5 Mobile Infrastructure
  • ITIL Information Technology Infrastructure Library

Skills

Business Acumen

Pm

Project Management

Iv

Innovation & Value Creation

Dd

Due Diligence

Sr

Scope, Risk, Resource & Financials Management

Se

Service Execution & Support

Cd

Customer Driven

Ps

Presentation Skills

Programming

Oo

J2EE, C, C++, C#, ABAP-OO

Fu

Haskell, Scheme, ABAP, Javascript

Db

SQL

Os

Linux, Win

Architecture

Ta

DevOps, EXE, RUN

Sa

ERP, BI, CRM, SRM, HCM

P2

Procure-to-Pay

Qc

Quote-to-Cash

It

Integration, Conversion, Master Data Management