Gatineau, Quebec, Canada, August 9, 2006 – MultiCorpora R&D Inc. announced today the appointment of a new Vice-President Solutions and R&D to lead its software development and manage its solutions set.
Michel Duron brings 25 years of combined technical and marketing experience in the IT industry working with companies in many industries and markets across North America. An engineer by training, he started his career as a software developer, and has been leading and coaching software development teams since 1999.
After six years as a software developer, Michel joined Xerox where he had 9 years of successful consulting and product marketing management with focus on total quality management, customer satisfaction, and product market introduction. After that, he led the Knowledge Management and e-Business practice of a Toronto based consulting firm, and later had his own systems integration consulting firm with expertise in e-business, electronic and web content management, and xml-based authoring solutions.
In his role as Vice-President Solutions and R&D, Michel will leverage his considerable experience in delivering quality customer-focused products worldwide to lead MultiCorpora research, development, and solutions delivery activities into achieving successful global market expansion.
Michel holds a Bachelor in Engineering Physics from the École Polytechnique of Montreal.
MultiCorpora is a Canadian independent software company based in Quebec with an office in Europe. MultiCorpora has developed MultiTrans™, a unique software solution integrating the TextBase Translation Memory technology to a terminology management system to enable corporations and governmental organizations in more than 30 countries to cost-effectively translate global information while streamlining their multilingual communications.
MultiCorpora has been awarded two major contracts, with the Translation Bureau and the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Forces, making MultiTrans the number one translation solution within the Government of Canada.