We develop tailor-made solutions for sports and medical analysis to help people reach optimal fitness.Scroll down to find out more
Big data and AI are helping us ensure we are in better shape.
The IPA hub is dedicated to sports and medical.
We have been facilitating access to information for stakeholders in the sports and medical fields via a software as a service (Saas) platform since 2012. The data collected comes from all kinds of contributors, including team and individual sports, amateur and professional sports, patients, and convalescents, and is intended for a wide range of users including doctors, trainers, physiotherapists, coaches, managers, nutritionists, and researchers.
Many professionals are already using IPA solutions on a daily basis
30 professional clubs
40 national teams
10 research projects
Helping as many people as possible
to live life to the full
Our solutions aim to guarantee an optimized level of activity, ensure personalized medical follow-ups
and contribute to scientific research
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They have been developed to make your life easier.
If you have a particular need or a special project, get in touch!
IPA is also a team of experts in technologies, scientific studies and digital projects. 10 people with a common objective to help as many people as possible live longer and in better shape.
With a master's degree in finance from ESC Montpellier, Olivier joined the international consulting firm Accenture in 2001. For 12 years, he led complex technological programs on behalf of major industrial groups, including Air Liquide, Eurovia, Schneider Electric, Michelin, and Vinci Stadium. This led him to specialize in information systems strategy, business intelligence, analytics, and performance management.
In parallel to his activity at Accenture, Olivier obtained a master's degree in sport management and strategy at the ESSEC business school. As part of his work, he conducted a prospective analysis of training centers in professional soccer and rugby structures in France. In 2010, he set up a big data solution for monitoring and optimizing sports performance at ASM Clermont Auvergne which lead to the creation of IPA in late 2012.
For Olivier, technology is a means to an end and he finds his motivation in success, such as helping reduce the injury rate of a professional soccer team by 40% in three years thanks to the use of jointly designed algorithms. As part of his ongoing quest for a global approach to performance, in 2019, he obtained a diploma in nutrition and physical activity from the University of Auvergne.
Olivier lives in the Auvergne with his wife and four children. He is passionate about mid-mountain sports and enjoys hiking, trail running and Nordic skiing with his family.