April 18, 2016 08:30 ET

IT Consulting Firm Alithya Appoints Robert Lamarre to Management Team

Lamarre to help support the company's continued pan-Canadian and international growth

MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwired - April 18, 2016) - Alithya, Quebec's largest privately-held consulting and IT services firm, is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert Lamarre as Senior Vice President of Hiring Solutions.

"IT services is a people business and hiring the right talent - with the right skills - is key to our success and that of our clients. Our industry faces significant challenges in finding qualified resources and Robert will further strengthen our recruitment capabilities and support our ambitious growth objectives," said Alithya President and CEO Paul Raymond.

"An experienced leader recognized for his ability to build strategic relationships and to deliver strong results, Robert will play a key role in helping clients achieve their business objectives," added Mr. Raymond.

Robert Lamarre has over 28 years of wide-ranging experience in the information technology sector in both Canada and the United States. Since 1993, Mr. Lamarre held a series of management positions for a Canadian-based global IT consulting firm. He holds a Computer Engineering degree from the Royal Military College of Canada.

"I am delighted to join a dynamic and rapidly-growing company and to apply my many years of IT operations, program and project management expertise to the recruitment field," said Robert Lamarre.

About Alithya

Alithya is Quebec's largest privately-held consulting and IT services firm, with a presence across Canada and in France. Founded in 1992, we have grown by partnering with our clients to provide high-quality IT services that help them achieve their business objectives. We serve clients mainly in the financial services, telecommunications, transportation, healthcare and government sectors. With 10 offices in Canada and France, our consulting team is now over 1,200 strong. To find out more, visit

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