Our teams are disrupting the status quo
by developing innovative IT solutions
We are passionate about what we do.
By refusing to accept what has been as what must be, we want to make the Internet safer and more environmentally friendly.
Pierre-Antoine is founding CEO of viridIT. With more than 25 years of experience, his strengths rely on a broad view on IT systems and development. Prior to viridIT, Pierre-Antoine held the position of CTO for CSC Computer Sciences EMEA S&W and leadership roles with CACEIS, KredietBank and RENAULT. He earned a Master degree in Computer Science from Nancy University.
Before coming to viridIT, Jean-Dominique was the Managing Director at Group Open PSF Luxembourg, a major software and consulting company. Earlier in his career, he held various executive positions in IT companies. Jean-Dominique earned a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Nancy University.
Before joining viridIT as Sales and Marketing Manager, Clara held various positions in marketing and sales engineer positions. She held a Bachelor's degree in Marketing and Sales from Paris Sorbonne University.
Lucas works at viridIT and held a Master’s degree in Computer Science. Adept at low level programming languages, he is passionate about the world of computing and new technologies.
“Working at viridIT is an amazing opportunity to learn more about Rust while building a project that matters. I am proud to be part of the team !”
Mathieu is an experienced C++ developer. He enjoys 3D rendering, backend and low level systems development. He is graduated from a Master’s degree in Computer Science.
“I am a Rust enthusiast, and I think it fits the needs of the industry very well and makes it easier to develop next-gen systems.”
Arthur is a C++ developer converted to rust. Graduated from a Master’s degree in Computer Science, he enjoys various technical subjects like machine learning, low level programming or 3D rendering.
"Working at ViridIT is the opportunity for me to expand my knowledge in rust. I am proud to be involved in a project that will make the mailing protocol safer and greener."