TitanFile Inc., a secure file sharing and correspondence platform for professionals and other businesses, today announced that Chris Stoate has joined the company as CEO. Stoate comes to TitanFile with extensive experience in launching new services and building distribution channels targeting mid-sized and large enterprises.
Since September 1987, Stoate served as founder and president of LaserNetworks Inc. LaserNetworks, the largest independent managed print services provider in North America, was sold to Xerox Canada in 2012. In addition to his responsibilities at LaserNetworks, Stoate served as a campaign chair at United Way, a director of Goodwill Industries International, a director of Halton Learning Foundation and as a councillor for the Town of Oakville during a term that ended in 2006.
"We are so pleased to have Chris as part of our growing team," stated Tony Abou-Assaleh, president and COO of TitanFile. "He joined us in November and we have already seen firsthand how his expertise and knowledge are a perfect fit for TitanFile and will help us better serve our clients. We look forward to what he will continue to bring to our organization."
Stoate attended the University of Cambridge and is based in TitanFile's Waterloo, Ontario, Canada office.
TitanFile (www.titanfile.com) is an award-winning, easy and secure way for professionals to communicate without having to worry about security and privacy. TitanFile automatically organizes messages and documents around clients, groups or projects, reducing filing overhead and increasing productivity. Multi-level encryption, granular access control and full audit trails ensure compliance and make TitanFile the best choice for secure communications.
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January 14, 2015