Mr. Létourneau joined Nutaq now Nuran Wireless in 2003. Seasoned, results-oriented and self-driven sales and marketing executive with strong business development skills. Held senior sales positions at Canadian telecom operator Telus.
Business Administration, Laval University, Registered Certified Management Accountant (CMA).
25+ years of experience working with Telecoms, Media and Technology companies. Roles include Director of M&A, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Executive Officer and Director. A significant role in the NuRAN space was CFO and later CEO of Telecel International, a subsidiary of Orascom Telecom Holdings, which had operations across sub-Saharan Africa. He also worked in Business Development for the group cover the EMEA region and was CFO of Orascom Telecom WiMAX Limited, a joint venture with Intel Capital. For the last 10 years Jim has worked as a financial consultant to SMEs providing corporate finance advice in M&A, business planning and as interim/part-time CFO. He is holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Calgary, an MBA from London Business School and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA).
Denis has over 25 years of experience in business development, account and sales management in the Telecomm Industry. Prior to NuRAN, Denis worked at Redline Communications in various sales and management positions leading to his role as Vice President of Business Development, Service Providers, where he led the Redline participation in the Microsoft Airband Initiative and TVWS market. Earlier in his career, Denis held similar positions at Alcatel, a global telecomm equipment manufacturer. His focus will be to highlight and demonstrate NuRAN’s unique value proposition to the market while developing a strong sales organization and proper operational process to ensure customer satisfaction.
Responsible for driving and developing full turnkey solutions with our customers, so they can realise their rural connectivity objectives. Covering remote and deep rural communities is extremely challenging at the best of times, requiring a fine balance of the technical and financial aspects.