President & CEO
Mr. Hatchuel has more than 25 years of experience in the computer graphics, GIS and telecom industries. His primary responsibilities include corporate initiatives, overseeing sales activities, business development and planning and executing strategic partnerships. He was previously president and co-founder of BAGH Technologies and lat45. Hatchuel was responsible for negotiating and completing the sale of lat45 to MetaSolv Software in July, 2001. Post acquisition, he joined MetaSolv Software as VP of Business Development. During his 18 months mandate at MetaSolv Software, he was instrumental in leading the company into entering a Strategic Alliance with the world’s leading provider of Billing and CRM for the communications industry. Hatchuel holds a civil engineering degree from école Polytechnique de Montréal.
CTO & Vice President of Marketing
Mr. Abdallah was previously co-founder of BAGH Technologies and lat45. Abdallah has overall responsibility for product strategy and positioning, in addition to communicating the company’s vision to the marketplace. Abdallah was previously Chief Technology Officer at lat45 and Chief Architect and Product Manager at MetaSolv Software. Abdallah has an engineering degree from école Polytechnique de Montréal.
Vice President, Engineering
Mr. Arcuri’s responsibilities include developing and managing the R&D team. Arcuri brings with him 20 years of R&D experience with some of the world’s major IT companies such as MetaSolv Software, S1 Corporation, FICS, Siemens Nixdorf and Star Informatic. He holds Master’s Degrees in computer science from the University of Namur (Belgium) and from the école Polytechnique de Lausanne (Switzerland).
Vice President, Services
As Vice President of Services, Mrs. Minciotti is responsible for ensuring customer requirements are met and managing the implementation and delivery of professional services. She was previously Director of Delivery at MetaSolv Software. Minciotti has more than 20 years of experience in IT project management and solutions development. Minciotti is a computer science graduate from the Université de Montréal.