Eric Lutterman – CEO
Eric joined KRONO-SAFE in April 2019, after 12 years spent at Elektrobit (EB) where he held the role of Executive Vice President and Head of Sales, leading the company’s commercialization efforts in the fast moving and innovative market of embedded and connected software products and services for the automotive industry.
In addition of his broad automotive experience, Eric has an extensive track record growing software businesses across a variety of other fields, including Telecommunication, High Tech and Healthcare markets. His prior experience includes Managing Director at ICT Embedded Software GmbH, Projects and Account Manager at Getronics in Germany.
Olivier Bermond – VP Engineering
Olivier joined KRONO-SAFE in 2018 after 18 years specialized in embedded software engineering for Mil-Aerospace markets. He has lead developments in small companies as well as in major OEM such as SAFRAN. Involved in projects for Ground combat systems, electronic war systems and also civilian aircraft systems, he has successfully handled normative constraints, up to DO178B DAL A certification. He has managed software teams with multi-site international subcontractors as project manager and was lately Software Engineering Manager for safety-critical applications.
Nicolas Laforest – CFO
With more than 15 years of experience in financial and administrative management, Nicolas joined KRONO-SAFE in 2012 after working as CFO in several technology companies including Microwave Vision, Citilog, Edelia and Alchimer. Prior to this, he held the positions of auditor at Ernst & Young from 1990 to 1995 and assistant CFO at Holcim from 1995 to 2000.
Fabrice Peña – VP Sales & Marketing
Fabrice joined KRONO-SAFE in 2021, with over 20 years of experience in International Business Management of complex innovative solutions addressing critical Embedded Systems and Software challenges across multiple sectors. After various Marketing and Sales positions for ICL Fujitsu and SITA, Fabrice built the Sales dynamics for SCADE, up to being acquired by world leader Ansys (Nasdaq: ANSS) where he continued to grow the business around a set of innovative solution portfolios.