We are on a mission to make supply chain network design easier, faster, and fun

  We went through the pain of supply chain digitization and data transformation tools for years so that you and other supply chain professionals in the future won’t have to. Supporting many companies in different industries and geographies, we faced common challenges and problems while working on supply chain digitization projects.
  70% of project time is spent collecting and integrating supply chain data. More specifically, we observed that data is fragmented, has different formats, styles, and labels, and often has low quality. Also, while coding, writing algorithms, and implementing technical projects, we saw a need for more skillful labor who understand data science, AI, and ML.
  That made us ask, what if we leverage AI for supply chain data integration to create a single source of truth for supply chain professionals, support them with advanced analytics, such as predictive and cognitive, and remove the pain all at once?

Dr. Hassan Mirzahosseinian

Chief Executive Officer

Hassan Mirzahosseinian is a co-founder of Lagrange.AI and serves as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). He has extensive experience across consulting and industries in the areas of international supply chain management. He successfully has led transformations from data to supply chain business solutions for reputed enterprises across the APAC region over the last 13 years. He holds a Ph.D. in the supply chain from Nanyang Technological University of Singapore.

Dr. Aghil Rezaei Somarin

Chief Technology Office

Aghil Rezaei is a co-founder of Lagrange.AI and serves as the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Lagrange.AI.  He holds a Ph.D. in Supply Chain Management who brings over 12 years of experience in developing products and leading data science projects in transportation, supply chain and logistics.

Dr. Amin Kaboli

Chief Strategy Officer

Amin Kaboli serves as the Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) at Lagrange.AI. He has extensive experience in change, transformation, and operational excellence. He has supported many organizations ranging from Fortune 500 corporations to entrepreneurial firms and industries as diverse as Luxury Goods, MedTech, Pharma, Consumer Goods, Food and Beverage, and other industries. He is a lecturer at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), where he obtained his Ph.D. in Manufacturing Systems & Robotics.He also coaches and advises tech founders and business executives at IMD Business School, Switzerland.

Agnese Raimondi

Business Development Manager

Agnese has experienced a diversified career journey within multinationals (risk management in banking and global supply chain management in the luxury industry), strengthening her interest in corporate operations to be a strategic driver for impactful change. Following an UN-led research project on global resilience, she is also a research associate at the Department of Operations of the University of Lausanne. Agnese holds an MSc from Bocconi University, a postgraduate master from EPFL, and a CAS in corporate sustainability from Harvard. She is passionate about contributing to the transition toward a sustainable, intelligent, and inclusive society.


Carlos Cordon

Carlos Cordon is a Professor of Strategy and Supply Chain Management at IMD Business School. His research and teaching focuses on reconfiguring supply chains to address disruptions, digital strategies, reshoring and onshoring, and the role of supply chains in driving revenue. Carlos is an award-winning author of numerous articles, case studies, and four books, including "Strategy is Digital," which explores using big data in value chains. He is a consultant to multinational companies in the electronics, food, chemical, pharmaceutical, and automotive industries, among others.

Romain Riffart

Romain Riffart is an executive with 15 years of collective and cross-functional experience in Production Management, Supply Chain, and Operations optimization. Romain created and led teams focusing on Digital Manufacturing Simulation and Data Analysis. He is currently serving as Head of Production in the Swiss Watchmaking Industry. Romain is also an early-stage investor and advisor in a panel of tech startups.

Eric Baudier

Eric Baudier has 30+ years of international experience in supply chain operations, lean manufacturing, strategic procurement, and key business transformation projects. He has collaborated with IMD business school in Lausanne as an Executive in Residence since 2022. He has been a senior executive at Tetra Pak for more than 20 years and a member of the group leadership team from 2016 to 2021 as Executive VP of Supply Chain Operations. Eric has led many critical business transformations, such as lean manufacturing and ERP implementation, and was chairman of the Transformation & Capability Council for many years. Eric lives in Lausanne, Switzerland; he has a paper and printing science engineering degree from the Grenoble Engineering School Pagora, France.

Guido Palazzo

Guido Palazzo is Professor of Business Ethics at the faculty of business and economics at the University of Lausanne. He has worked for more than two decades on the ethical challenges of global supply chains with a focus on human rights. He is also known for his research on organized crime and the mechanisms of unethical behavior inside organizations. Guido has trained management boards and leadership teams of numerous multinational corporations in Europe, Asia and in the USA in compliance and ethics. His MOOC (massive open online course) on “Unethical Decision Making in Organizations” on Coursera had more than 40.000 participants so far.