Croesus Vice President of R&D is appointed to the Board of Directors of CRIM

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Croesus Vice President of R&D is appointed to the Board of Directors of CRIM

Montreal, June 16, 2015 – Sylvain Simpson, Croesus Vice President of R&D, is appointed to the board of directors of the Computer Research Institute of Montreal (CRIM). Serving Québec enterprises for over 25 years, CRIM develops emerging technologies and cutting edge know-how. Ever since its inception, it has continuously pursued its economic leveraging role by developing specialized tools, delivering structuring technologies to its customers and proactively disseminating the best practices and latest innovations in IT.

The Board of Directors is comprised of IT managers and specialists from various Québec SME and large corporations, universities and CRIM member organizations that are elected during the annual general meeting.

Complete list of CRIM Board of Directors

About Croesus
Since 1987, Croesus has been providing highly sophisticated and intuitive portfolio management and CRM solutions to wealth management firms across North America. Currently, 9,500 investment professionals use the Croesus application to manage over $700 billion in assets. Croesus enables its clients to build trust with investors through tailored investment solutions and transparent business practices. With its 120 dedicated employees, Croesus has built a reputation on the ability to efficiently implement its software, migrate large complex data successfully and provide accurate performance calculations. By continuously investing in R&D, Croesus ensures it stays ahead of its clients’ needs and provides them the technological edge they need to remain competitive. Croesus has offices in Montreal, Toronto and San Diego.

About the CRIM
CRIM is an IT applied research centre that develops innovative technologies and know-how in collaboration with its clients and partners. CRIM transfers these technologies to businesses and organizations, helping to increase their productivity and competitiveness, both locally and globally. Its expertise are articulated around three main axis, being advanced analytics, interaction and human-system interfaces as well as advanced architecture and technologies for software development and testing. CRIM’s major financial partner is the ministère de l’Économie, de l’Innovation et des Exportations. For more information on CRIM, please visit

Frédéric Le Bouar
Director of Product Marketing and Business Promotion

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