The Board of Directors of Nstein Technologies has announced the appointment of Luc Filiatreault as president and chief executive officer of the company, effective April 23, 2007. Prior to joining Nstein, Filiatreault worked in the Information Technology industry for close to 20 years. In 2005, he received the prestigious "Top 40 under 40" award presented by Toronto's Globe and Mail.
Filiatreault was co-founder of the Informission Group, which grossed over $100 million in sales before being acquired by Quebecor in 2000. Shortly after Quebecor's acquisition of Informission, which was renamed Nurun, Filiatreault became President of BellZinc, a subsidiary of Bell Canada. In 2002, Filiatreault incorporated NordTech Aerospace, a publicly-traded aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul company in Canada that has been renamed ExelTech Aerospace. He still serves as a director for ExelTech. In June 2006,. Filiatreault returned to the Information Technology industry as president and CEO of PG Mensys Information Systems, a provider of computerized management solutions for municipalities. PG Mensys was acquired by Harris Computer Systems in March of 2007.?
Filiatreault is a director of Nurun (since 2002), ExelTech Aerospace (since 2002), and Optosecurity (since 2005), and he is the Chairman of the Board of Inerlogic. As of April 23, 2007. He will replace Mario Girard as director on the Board of Directors of Nstein, and current director Mr. Michel Lozeau will replace Mario Girard as Chairman of the Board until Nstein's Annual General Meeting scheduled for May 23, 2007.