Welcoming Cameron Peters and Mark Relph to our Board of Advisors

We’re excited to have Cameron Peters and Mark Relph join our Board of Advisors. Cameron is the founder of Trilogy Software and often regarded as the father of modern tax software. Mark is well known in the start up community as an advocate and mentor. Both will be helping us plot our course as we continue to expand our suite of services.

Mark and Cameron join Mark Horvath, executive director at Morgan Stanley and Michel van Leeuwen, Group CEO of Cordium as members of our advisory board.

Mark Relph
Mark Relph

Mark Relph is a technology evangelist, experienced business leader, team builder and Microsoft veteran. His 20 year track record in tech includes executive leadership, technology evangelism, marketing, sales, business development and product management. Mark has deep roots in the Canadian technology community and most recently ran Silicon Valley VC and startup engagement for Microsoft. Currently, Mark is EIR at Growlab, a leading startup accelerator in Vancouver, working with their companies and building the plan for his next endeavour.

Cameron Peters
Cameron Peters

Cameron Peters has been creating software for the Canadian tax and accounting communities since 1985. He started his first company, ‘Cameron Peters Software Products’ in high school, and subsequently built Cantax®. Cameron went on to develop a series of innovative products. He co-founded GreenPoint Software in 1995. As CEO and chief architect, he developed the ProFile® Professional Tax Software Suite that became part of Intuit Canada in 2000. After leading the Professional Tax Business at Intuit Canada for a few years, he became the Director, Consumer Tax in Intuit U.K. In 2005 he returned to Canada as the CTO of Intuit Canada & U.K. leading over 250 development and support staff and helping take the QuickBooks® product from 41% to 60% retail market share. Cameron founded Trilogy Software in 2010, where he is defining the future of tax preparation services and software.

Release: http://www.prweb.com/releases/paymentevolution/press/prweb11169097.htm

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