announces the addition of two veterans in Quebec’s tech industry to its management team

Éric Bouchard and Dany Perron will support the company’s strong growth in artificial intelligence

Lévis, February 5, 2019 —, a company acting as the missing link between theory and practice in industrial artificial intelligence, has announced the appointment of two Quebec IT veterans to key positions within the company.

Éric Bouchard has been appointed Vice President of Customer Experience, while Dany Perron will assume the role of Vice President of Infrastructure.

“I am pleased to announce the arrival of Éric and Dany at Few individuals in Quebec have such immense and unique experience in the IT field. They will be major players in the execution of our ambitious business plan for the booming artificial intelligence sector,” states Martin Bouchard, cofounder of

Éric Bouchard joins with a wealth of experience in the tech industry. He has held strategic management positions at major companies including Coveo, Mirego, and Copernic. As Vice President of Customer Experience, he will be responsible for all partner interactions with the company and its services.

Dany Perron joins with two decades of experience in the IT field, both in Quebec and abroad. Throughout his career, he has successfully managed large-scale mandates in major companies, such as 4Degrees, Victrix, MAAX, SITA, and Teleglobe. As Vice President of Infrastructure, he will be responsible for managing ambitious construction and operational projects for’s industrial infrastructure.


With first facilities to be built in Lévis, wants to act as the missing link between theory and practice in artificial intelligence. It will provide companies with the opportunity to benefit from state-of-the-art experimentation bases that will enable them to develop, test and integrate solutions based on applied artificial intelligence. Specialized infrastructure, such as workspaces, test rooms, industrial robots as well as supercomputers, will be made available to partner companies.

These experimental bases, developed in the main regions of the Quebec province, will ultimately have a major impact on the entire Quebec business ecosystem by promoting the use of artificial intelligence in an industrial environment.


For information:
Véronique Bernard

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