Monica has been Pentalog's Deputy CEO (Deputy Chief Executive Officer) since August 2011. She is in charge of operational management, including the management of production and production structures, financial and reporting management, administration and development of existing partnerships, supervision of the information systems, technical management and the incubator.
Previously, Monica held the position of Chief Operating Officer (May 2009-July 2011).
Monica joined Pentalog in 2003 as a Marketing trainee in Orléans. Several months later, the former Romanian student returned to Brasov as supervisor of the marketing operations of the group.
In 2004, Monica took over the management of the new Bucharest office and dealt particularly with the management of human resources (recruiting high-level consultants in particular) and the budget and with the development of the local market.
In 2007, she was entrusted with the commercial management of Eastern Europe and her responsibilities now included the marketing of Pentalog offshore activities in Europe. Gradually, Monica would manage all operational activities in Eastern Europe and coordinate the strategic development of offices in this region, by collaborating with local directors.
At the beginning of 2009, Monica went on a four-month trip to Hanoi (Vietnam) to assist in the implementation of operational processes in our first Asian office, coordinate the first recruitment activities and deploy our best practices within the local management and production processes.
Monica is a member of the Board of Directors and the Management Committee.
“By the time you receive this card, Pentastock will have already ended. We arrived safe and sound to the Black Sea (the great relocation) and we’re sending you our best regards from the seaside, where everything is out of this world! We have already set up our tents and the vacation village is rather blue and orange, a clear sign that Pentalog is around. The greatest teambuilding since the group’s founding (15 years in Romania, 10 in Moldova, respectively) is ...
The whole operation, including works, should result in a €2M budget, which translates into €2300 per square meter. Compared to the prices in the French province cities, this is a very competitive rate, especially for an asset located very close to a motorway exit and less than 10 km away from a city center. It is far less expensive than a small scale office in Paris (4 times cheaper) or than whatever we could purchase in Bucharest (around 3000). This ...
– 26% growth in sales figure, under Pentalog brand, while Syntec federation records only 3.6% (software, services and IT consulting).
– 35% growth not including the joint venture with Ausy group, which recorded 19% growth.
– Over 35% growth in sales figure, including the contributions of PentaLabbs , within Pentalog’s incubation program.
– 3 new companies have joined Pentalabbs in 2011: Easyflyer (1 out of 5 French leaders in online printing), a business bank specialized in IT, Web IT Factory; the overall sales ...
Q4 is very similar to the previous quarter, being also marked by a strong boost in project renewals for 2012 and fairly higher new biz order intentions.
In France, just as in Q3, the growth is mainly due to the extension of existing contracts and very few new contracts signed in Q4. Our strategic trend towards e-Commerce has been strengthening , our efforts and the projects we have undertaken have assured us recognition as European experts in the field. The orders ...
Pentalog began its Vietnamese adventure in 2009. For 2 and a half years, the office was managed by Tuan Nguyen Quoc. A great team of 60 people is in charge of several customer projects (Altadis Imperial Tobacco, Sierra Wireless, Active System, Lexware, People Centric, Anevia etc.) or internal projects. Moreover, a team of 8-10 people will start a project for another important client in September.
This growing trend is only just starting. Our Asian strategy requires that we take steps forward, ...