*Please note that Etelesolv changed its company name to Cimpl in 2016.
At Etelesolv we are extremely excited to be hosting the official InboundMTL Hubspot User event on November 19, 2014. The event will take place at our Lachine office situated at 2409 46th Avenue.
Here at Etelesolv, we’re both Hubspot users and part of the Montreal Hubspot User Group. Because of this, we try to attend Hubspot’s quarterly events in order to meet and greet with other Hubspot users. This allows members of the group to discuss and refine inbound strategies, learn from each other, and (of course) meet some very interesting people.
The focus of the event will be the topic of conversion. We will also be discussing engagement as well as showcasing COS and how we use it on our website.
For those in attendance the schedule will be as follows:
5:15-6:30: Presentation and Questions
FYI: Throughout the event, snacks and drinks will be served.
We are very eager to meet fellow Hubspot users and to get in touch with those who are interested in learning how to transition their websites to Hubspot. After all, no man is an island, and w all have a lot to learn from one another.
This event will focus on the latest best practices in inbound strategies and on sharing positive insights about where and how we can all gain more leads, contacts, and happy customers.
Sign up for the event if you have not done so already. Additionally, feel free to join the InboundMTL - Montreal HubSpot User Group (HUG) on LinkedIn; while you’re at it, follow Etelesolv on LinkedIn to keep up to date with our company and what we have to offer!
Founded in 2000, Etelesolv has since become Canada’s leader in IT and telecom expense management. Privately owned and headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, the company is growing both its size and scope. Despite global downturns, the company’s staff tripled over the past three years, and has earned the distinction of being a Best Small and Medium Employer in Canada for 2013 and 2014. Etelesolv has also expanded its mission to include leading the business process automation revolution nationwide.
Etelesolv’s signature software product is Cimpl. This software simplifies the task of technology expense management by connecting the complex invoice and usage data of IT and telecom services, reorganizing the information into easily-digested form, and producing clear reports so that managers can easily make intelligent decisions on expense management and budget projections.
Caroline Le Brun, Marketing Manager
A 16-year marketing veteran, Caroline has a broad array of experience across multiple industries. Since joining Etelesolv, she has crafted and led numerous successful marketing campaigns that constantly increase the company’s online and community presence. Caroline has also been instrumental in nurturing the sustained growth of Etelesolv’s footprint in the media; her efforts at promoting the company regularly results in articles and features that appear in new media and traditional outlets such as the Globe and Mail.
Caroline’s list of strengths is extensive. She is a specialist in inbound marketing, integrated marketing and communications, lead nurturing, and social media. Her strong management skills serve her well in leading Etelesolv’s continuously-growing marketing team toward ever greater achievements.
Being an exemplary citizen is also one of Caroline’s core values. Outside of work, Caroline is deeply involved in TEMIA, the Dorval Day Camp, and the Special Needs Advisory Committee (of the Lester B. Pearson School Board).
Caroline has a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce from Concordia University and a Master Certificate in Integrated online Strategies from the University of San Francisco Intensive Development program.
Maria Julia Guimaraes, Graphic Designer
Since 1997, Julia has deployed her mastery of visual communication in service of many different industries. At Etelesolv, Julia designed the company’s visual corporate identity. Her designs serve as Etelesolv’s favourable first impression to the public at large. Julia also ensures visual brand coherence in all outward-facing communication materials.
Julia’s expertise spans many domains. She is an accomplished 2D/3D animator, visual effects artist, motion designer, digital photographer, and UI/UX specialist. She is also an avid programmer fluent in several different programming languages. Over the years, Julia has integrated all of these skills to produce a variety of videos and exhibition materials for numerous television stations and film studios.
She also has a deep sense of community. Each week, Julia gives free lectures on philosophy. She is a regular volunteer mentor for Ladies Learning Code.
Julia has two Bachelor’s degrees: One in Graphic design and another in Architecture and Urban Planning. She is currently completing a third degree, in Fine Arts.