Co-founder and president of Irosoft, Mr. Lavoie is also a consultant for several of Irosoft’s strategic mandates, particularly in Document and Records Management. He has also participated in several legal document management projects for Quebec public and quasi-public organizations as well as Canadian and international government departments and organizations. Mr. Lavoie is a board member of several organizations, including TechnoMontréal. Mr. Lavoie holds a degree from the University of Montreal (B.Sc. and M.Sc.) in computer science and operations research.
As vice president of Irosoft, Mr. Morin is often the authorized agent for projects. He also acts as consultant for the architecture and the design of integrated document management systems as well as systems managing Acts, regulations, and case law used by various government organizations. Mr. Morin sat on the Canadian Citation Committee, a committee whose objective is to support the standardization efforts of the Judges Technology Advisory Committee (JTAC) of the Canadian Judicial Council (CJC). He has also sat on the Information Technology Advisory Board of the Barreau de Montréal. He is one of the few technologists to master the Act to Establish a Legal Framework for Information Technology (C-1.1). Mr. Morin holds a mathematics degree from the University of Montreal (B.Sc.).
Among her many responsibilities, Mrs. Lamarre is responsible for Irosoft’s projects team. Her vast IT experience in document management, as applied to the legal and legislative fields, enables her to play an active role as expert and analyst in these fields. Mrs. Lamarre is also project manager, particularly for legislative document management projects. Before joining Irosoft, Mrs. Lamarre worked for more than 15 years for legal publishers. Mrs. Lamarre holds a law degree from the University of Sherbrooke (LL.B.) and is a member of the Quebec Bar Association.
An Irosoft employee since 2007, Mrs. Tessier is responsible for human resources management, actively participating in the company’s development. Mrs. Tessier works in IT since 1990 and in human resources since 1997. Mrs. Tessier holds degrees in labour relations (B.Sc.) and in law (LL.B.) from the University of Montreal. She is a member of the Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines agréés (CRHA).