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Picsume Announces Advisory Board in Preparation for National Expansion

Senior Executives from Top Canadian Firms to Represent the Future of Work

WINDSOR, ON, April 16, 2024 – Picsume, a Windsor-founded tech company revolutionizing the recruitment process, announced its advisory board today. From diverse industry backgrounds and a broad scope of experience, this formal appointment signals to the market Picsume’s readiness for National expansion.

There is a disconnect in the workforce. The hiring process is broken and out of date which starts with the resume. This archaic concept of a simple piece of paper being a representation of a job seeker only creates limitations and obstacles for candidates. At the same time this process forces employers to manually review hundreds, if not thousands of resumes. Picsume eliminates the need for the outdated resume by creating live dynamic work profiles, better suited at matching candidates with employers in a relevant, unbiased and innovative way. Our business software, Powered by Picsume, is reshaping the way businesses engage with the hourly and shift-based workforce. A customizable hiring platform that simplifies talent attraction and staff management for employers, with dynamic work profiles leading the charge towards a candidate-focused hiring process. Welcome to the future of work.

“We curated this board of top-level professionals with strong National and Global industry experience whose roots are right here in Windsor-Essex” stated Jordan Goure, President, and CEO, Picsume. “Our advisory board is renowned for breakthroughs in enterprise innovation, revenue optimization, and strategic HR leadership, underscoring our potential for profitable and scalable growth,” added Goure.

This new executive advisory board is made up of 5 industry leaders, all from diverse backgrounds, who will arm Picsume with experience and critical thinking to help guide and shape the direction of this ‘future of work’ company.

Advisory Board Members:

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Debbie Landers
Head of Operational Success, Georgian‍

Before joining Georgian where she helps their portfolio companies optimize their operations, Debbie spent 30 years at IBM serving in several leadership positions including running their global HCM technology and services business in 2014-2016. Locally, she has served on the advisory board of the University of Windsor EPICenter and the Board of Directors of WETechAlliance, the Windsor-Essex/Chatham-Kent Regional Innovation Center.

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Jonathan Deneau
Vice President, Revenue, The Globe and Mail

A seasoned executive with 25+ years of leadership, including holding progressively senior roles at The Globe and Mail, where he currently oversees all areas of revenue including media, subscriptions, events, and conference centre.

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Troy Schirk
Principal – Chief Information Officer, Atlas Holdings LLC

Atlas Holdings LLC is a multi-billion-dollar equity fund where Troy has led the implementation of numerous IT transitions and is deeply engaged in information systems assessments during the due diligence process.

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Neil Ouditt
Executive Vice President, Sterling Mutuals and President, Sterling Insurance

With over 25 years of leadership experience in the insurance and investment industry, Neil is a catalyst for driving innovation, strategy, processes, and programs that attract and retain talent.

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James Clarke
Vice President, FOCUS Business Solutions, Inc.

A former partner at a big four accounting firm, James has spent the last 35 years helping build and lead profitable growth-oriented professional services businesses and has recruited, hired, and led hundreds of subject matter experts and entrepreneurial professionals.

Positioned to take the job hiring market by storm

“Employers can now consider candidates based on objective criteria that’s relevant to them. I’m not a tech guy, but I have a strong background in recruitment and understand the need for change in this space.” stated newly appointed advisory board member, Neil Ouditt. “Picsume provides the right tools for that change in our ever growing diverse market. It’s very exciting, Picsume is solving a perennial issue and providing a vetting process like no other.” he added.

Picsume is positioned to take the job hiring market by storm, revolutionizing the recruitment process for hourly and shift-based workforces, improving both sides of the hiring process. For employers, Picsume is designed to allow any company, from small to enterprise businesses, the ability to tailor their recruitment efforts. The changing market demands a flexible workforce and Picsume’s scalable architecture allows employers to adjust their recruitment efforts based on immediate need. For job seekers, Picsume arms candidates with cutting-edge tools and unbiased opportunities through the Live Dynamic Work Profiles, personalized QR codes, a unique candidate dashboard, advanced job searching and enhanced PDF’s which are optimized to make it past AI screening (ATS) allowing candidates more opportunities.

“I am truly honored to be joining the advisory board of Picsume. Not only is this an exciting new company that will have a material and positive impact on the recruitment sector in Canada, it is also a testament to the level of innovation coming out of the Windsor & Essex County region.” offered advisory board member, Jon Deneau. “I look forward to working closely with the leadership team as they execute on their plan to strategically grow the business.” he continued.

WEtech Alliance has served as a catalyst for technology and innovation in the Windsor-Essex and Chatham-Kent, Ontario regions since 2011. We’re a non-profit organization that provides entrepreneurs and companies with business services, training, I.P. and commercialization support, mentorship and strategic connections to help bring new ideas to market, scale to the next level and build a dynamic culture and a community of innovation.

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