Collective transformation starts
at the individual potential

About us

It all started when two brothers, Michaël and Yohan Bentolila, decided to join forces.

Michaël is a renowned expert in the field of consulting and change management. After working for fifteen years in a number of major consultancy firms, he came to the conclusion that led to the founding of InsideBoard: most transformation projects fail due to a lack of ongoing, long-term support.

Michael Bentolila

Companies can only succeed if they engage individuals in their collective transformation, and if they leverage the power of digital technology.

Michaël Bentolila, CEO & cofounder

In 2014, he took a chance, deciding to develop a technological solution to this problem. He enlisted the help of his brother Yohan, with whom he had founded his first startup venture back in 2009.

Yohan, an expert in digital technology and innovation, has 15 years of experience in data sciences and product development. He has supported a number of Silicon Valley startup with regard to big data applications for corporations.

Michael Bentolila

InsideBoard’s artificial intelligence allows us to understand each employee’s particular engagement mechanisms and thus guide them, one step at a time, towards the achievement of their goals.

Yohan Bentolila, CTO & cofounder

Michael Bentolila

Together, they created InsideBoard, the 1st SaaS platform for change management to help companies make a success of their transformation projects, and create a connection between employees and their business transformation.

The team

An experienced team comprising more than fifty talented individuals, representing six different nationalities, with highly complementary professional skills: in digital, development, marketing, business, and UX design. They possess a strong industry expertise across many industries: banking, insurance, professional services, distribution, industrial, and public administration.

  • 6 nationalities

  • 31 years average age

  • 80+ talents

  • 6 years

  • 43% of women
    57% of men

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