Partner & Director
Jean-François Bobier is a core member of Boston Consulting Group’s Technology Advantage practice with a focus on technology-driven transformation at scale.
Since joining BCG in 2004, Jean-François has partnered with clients across multiple industries on projects related to digital, software engineering, agile, and deep tech.
Jean-François leads BCG’s R&D initiative on quantum computing and technology and digital organization.
Prior to joining the firm, Jean-François worked as an IT architect for Fidelity Investments and IBM Business Consulting Services.
Early-stage machines could be generating real business value as soon as 2025.
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The system that we have relied on for years to protect our online activities and communications is in danger of becoming obsolete.