Multilink S.A. appoints Mr. Jephté Toussaint as Director of Infrastructures
(Port-au-Prince, July 20, 2010) – M. Paolo Chilosi, CEO of Multilink S.A., is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Jephté Toussaint as Director of Infrastructures.
In his new position, Mr. Toussaint will work at maximizing the performance and operation of the company’s infrastructures. He will also monitor the deployment of the Multilink’s new WiMax network and its further extension to major towns in Haiti.
Mr. Toussaint’s professional qualifications include a degree in Engineering and Computer Science and a degree in Electrical Engineering from the École Polytechnique de Montreal. He has a vast knowledge of IT, including networking and communications, and many years of relevant experience. His presence as part of the Multilink team represents a great asset for the company.
In recent years, Mr. Toussaint worked as an IT business analyst and project officer for the Canadian Forces. Among other tasks, he had to assess the feasibility of projects in terms of costs, needs, impacts and strategic alignment as part of the implementation of new networks and telecommunications systems. Mr. Toussaint was also the CEO of BSYSTEM INC.
His appointment as Director of Infrastructures comes at an important moment for Multilink, as the company is developing its expansion plan. According to this plan, Multilink will extend its network nationwide and provide innovative Internet services that will be accessible to the vast majority of Haitian families and businesses.
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About Multilink S.A.
Founded in 1995, Multilink is the number one choice of large companies and institutions in Haiti for its fast and reliable technologies and the outstanding quality of its customer service. Over the last ten years, Multilink has successfully marketed a comprehensive range of services to residential customers, SMEs, corporate clients and institutions.
Multilink strongly believes that Internet Service Providers have an important mission to carry out with regards to the economic and social development of Haiti. Our goal is not only to develop a market; it is also for us to contribute to the development of a country and improving prospects for its people.