Carl Brosseau has more than 30 years of experience in computer information and related technology. He holds a Bachelor degree in Mathematical and Computer Technology from the University of Sherbrooke (1984). During his studies, he worked at Loto-Quebec, CN and National Bank as a programmer. He became an MVS system engineer in the operating system division for IST from 1985 to 1989 and was team co-ordinator in his last two years. From 1989 to 1991, he was involved at Prima Telematic with telematics and emerging technology such as Minitel, Napls, Alex terminals, Videoway, Prodigy Services and Voice-Response Unit with Dialogic Cards. During this period, he also offered consulting services for clients such as Gaz Metropolitain, Micro-Tempus, DGI (Government of Quebec). In 1991, he accepted an opening at Desjardins as a VTAM/SNA system programmer to acquire further expertise in the fields of telecommunication and banking. From 1991 to 1996, he became an architect specialized in network management and alert automation. During this period, he designed and led the Magda project team at Desjardins in automating the management of alerts and events for all ATMs and other specialized network components. In 1992, he received an award in Technology Innovation from La Federation d’Informatique du Québec for Magda. In 1995, he completed a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree in Finance and International Management at the HEC of the University of Montreal. In 1996, he founded the software development company Apisoft Techno Vision Corporation. Since then, he has provided customized software and consulting services in specialized areas such as Network Management (Tivoli), MQ Series and architecture in general for MVS, Java, Windows and Unix operating systems for well-known companies such as Microcell (Fido cellular telephony), Standard-Life (insurance), Bombardier (engineering and manufacturing), Desjardins (banking), Equifax (International Credit Bureau provider) and others.