Managing Director, Accenture Technology Labs-Europe, Sophia Antipolis, France
Why you should listen
Emmanuel Viale is an expert technology trend-spotter. He focuses on identifying emerging technologies. He ensures that Accenture Technology Labs in Europe, with offices in Sophia Antipolis, Dublin and Tel Aviv, are delivering the research and development for these innovative applications.
Emmanuel leads the Blockchain, Extended Reality (VR, AR, MR, 3D scanning and rendering, wearable devices, etc.), Quantum Computing and Messaging, DNA Storage and Computing projects where the evolution of the technology domains are identified, partnerships with universities and startups established, and first proof of technology and proof of concepts are designed, developed and tested.
His team has carried out research and development in the banking, insurance, healthcare, mass distribution, energy and many other sectors.
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Accenture is a leading global management consulting, technology and outsourcing service provider. As a partner for large business transformations, the company brings extensive project experience, in-depth skills across all industries and business sectors, and knowledge from qualified analyses of the world’s most successful companies and public organizations into a partnership. In this way, Accenture creates sustainable market success for its clients and helps them on their way to becoming high-performance companies.
Emmanuel Viale is the Managing Director of the European Accenture Technology Labs in Sophia Antipolis, South of France. He leads the R&D activities of the Sophia Antipolis Labs node with a particular focus on identifying and delivering applications of innovative and emerging technologies. Emmanuel is also in charge of the Advanced Technology and Architecture group in France.
Emmanuel leads Accenture’s Blockchain R&D globally where evolutions of the technology are identified, partnerships with universities and startups established and first proof–of-technology and proof-of-concepts are designed, developed and tested.
Recent R&D areas of focus have been around: Extended Reality (VR, AR, MR, 3D scanning and rendering, wearable devices, etc.), Quantum Computing and Messaging, DNA Storage and Computing, etc.
Emmanuel holds a degree in Signal Processing and Computer Science from the Ecole Centrale de Marseille, France. He joined Accenture in 1997 and lives in the South of France with his wife and five children.