Ousmane Barry joined Fiduxis in September 2021 in the position of Consulting Director. He is in charge of the Operational Consulting division which includes quality management, operational excellence, industrial maintenance management, logistics flow optimisation and project management.
Ousmane has 15 years of experience in quality management and performance improvement.
Before joining Fiduxis in 2021, he was a quality control engineer for 13 years at Capgemini Engineering, Alten and Polymont, where he worked with large French industrial groups including Stellantis-Peugeot, Fiat, Chrysler, Opel, DS-; Renault, and Valeo-Siemens. He therefore has proven expertise in the qualification of industrial process and of quality assurance, process, client, and supplier projects. He is also a Trainer in project development and quality tools.
Ousmane holds a Master’s degree in Control, Instrumentation and Systems Management from the University of Orléans and a Master’s 2 in Mechanics and Systems Engineering from Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris 6.
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