Sigma Conso strengthens its sales team
Brussels and Luxembourg, March 7, 2017 – Sigma Conso, an international supplier of Corporate Performance Management (CPM) solutions and services, announced the hiring of Audrey Collignon as Account Manager for Belgium and Luxembourg.
Audrey has extensive experience in software sales. Sigma Conso’s software business has grown strongly in Belgium and Luxembourg, and many clients need ongoing support to simplify their financial reporting and planning processes. Audrey will bring her expertise in this area to Sigma Conso clients.
Dominique Galloy, Sigma Conso’s Managing Director noted that: “Sigma Conso helps international groups improve the finance function. The rapid growth of our client base and the many new regulatory requirements (IFRS 16, country-by-country reporting, etc.) mean that we are always looking for talented new employees to provide the best possible support to our clients. Audrey brings us a great deal of precious experience and enthusiasm.”
Audrey Collignon, Account Manager at Sigma Conso, added that: “I’m delighted to join Sigma Conso at this time in its history and to be able to contribute to its growth. Sigma Conso’s applications are innovative and exactly meet the needs of major groups in Belgium and Luxembourg: implementation of group reporting in sync with new international regulations, strategic planning, budget preparation, etc. And I’ve found that Sigma Conso is also a people-oriented company that promotes long-term relationships, both with its clients and its employees.”
About Sigma Conso
Sigma Conso provides software, training and services in the field of Corporate Performance Management (CPM). Sigma Conso, with its head office in Brussels, has a recognized expertise in financial and statutory consolidation and management reporting. Sigma Conso provides over 500 international groups with tailored and flexible solutions that facilitate their financial management.
Sigma Conso is currently undergoing fast international expansion with a presence in major European and Asian economic centres: Brussels, Luxembourg, Paris, Amsterdam, Warsaw, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Tunis, Abidjan, Munich, Vienna, Zug, Bilbao, London and Osnago (Milan).