Michel is a world-renowned developer, researcher and entrepreneur who most recently founded Radiant Logic, a software company focused on integrating Directory Services (LDAP), XML and databases to enable companies to easily locate and combine information housed in disparate databases and better manage e-business.
Prior founding Radiant Logic in 1995, Prompt served as Senior Vice President of Client/Server Technology at Knowledgeware, now known as Sterling Software. In 1986, Prompt founded Matesys SA in France, a company dedicated to providing services and database support. Matesys introduced the first “file-manager,” duplicating the “Apple Macintosh finder” under Windows 2.1 and sold 500,000 copies to IBM for academic bundles. Prompt founded Matesys Corp., in the U.S., in 1991, becoming one of the pioneer companies in client/server technology. Matesys introduced one of the first visual programming tools under Windows 3.0 for the client/server market (Object View). Prompt successfully sold the company to Knowledgeware in 1993.
Prior to Matesys, Prompt was a core developer in the database group of the GCOS 7.0 Operating System for Bull Systems. He also served as a consultant to Cap Sogeti Gemini, one of the largest IT service companies in Europe.
Prompt received his diploma from Institut Politiques de Paris (Political Sciences Institute of Paris). He has a Masters degree in applied mathematics from Paris Dauphine University and received a diploma of advanced studies in computer science from Paris Dauphine University.
|European Identity & Cloud Conference 2014
|Kantara Initiative Workshop
Consumer Identity – International Use Cases and Approaches
|Identity Relationship Management
|European Identity Conference 2011
|The Future of Virtual Directory Services – An Interview with Martin Kuppinger
|Externalized Authorization – Use Cases and Roadmap
|European Identity Conference 2010
|Manage Globally, Act Locally: How Context Virtualization will Change the Way We Secure Identities and Integrate Data
|European Identity Conference 2009
|Identity Management & GRC – A Powerful Team?
|Seeing the Big Picture: Context-Based Authentication
|Virtual Directory Services
|2nd European Identity Conference
|Putting Context in Identity: Authentication, Authorization and Risk Management
|Virtual Directories and Beyond
|1st European Identity Conference
|Virtual Directories & SOA
Loosely Coupling Applications through Identity Information – The Future Role of Virtual Directories