Marc Trudel is an executive with a high level of technical expertise, dedicated to driving innovation through precise and goal oriented planning and effective use of optimal technological assets. Throughout the last 10 years, he has led various complex technology projects in Canada, France and Japan, as engineer, consultant, manager, rising to different executive positions in more recent years.
Marc currently acts as Chief Technology Officer at Wizcorp (now part of Ankama Group), where he continues to work on innovative technological products and solutions to the online game and application market. He also joined iine card as board member and Chief Technology Officer, where he is currently working on defining the company’s technological vision and strategy.
Marc's expertise comes from his numerous years in development and operation of both online applications and games at every level. He has the ability to understand the operational requirements and harmonize them with business opportunities and needs.
In 2009, after moving to Japan, Marc joined Wizcorp Inc. as developer and system administrator, and quickly rose to the position of Chief Technology Officer. Since then, he has grown the company to 40 highly skilled engineers, designers and managers dedicated to providing high quality services for the web and gaming industries. Marc developed the business vision in regards to technology, defined technological requirements to meet the business needs, created hiring standards for engineers.
Before that Marc was also involved in work on the system architecture and development of a video website for TV5 Canada. He also did contracts for the National Film Board for the development of the Boxee NFB application during that period.
Prior to that, while at Turbulent Media, a multimedia development studio, he has participated as an engineer, system architect and technical manager on numerous successful projects for clients such as Tele-Quebec and the Montreal Canadiens Hockey team.
Marc started his career at the National Film Board of Canada, where he has worked as an engineer on a large span of projects, including leading development of the different microsites for various films, as well as developing parts of the main site.