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Management Team
Board of Directors
Alvaro Pombo
Alvaro Pombo
Founder and CEO
Alvaro is the Founder and CEO of ProntoForms. He is driven by the possibilities that exist within the mobile workforce. Alvaro is a visionary with high expectations of himself and his team.
Glenn Chenier
Glenn Chenier
Chief Product Officer
Glenn leads the R&D and product management teams. He ensures that ProntoForms' product constantly evolves to meet our customers ever-changing needs. His team stays on top of industry trends and respond accordingly.
Lisa Scian
Lisa Scian
VP, People & Culture
Lisa is responsible for shaping our harmonious company culture. She and her team have made strong employee engagement and positive candidate experiences the standard at ProntoForms.
Aly Mawani
Aly Mawani
VP, Client Success & Operations
Aly leads the client-centric functions of the company which include: success, technical support, training/enablement, implementation and operational data/analytics. These critical touchpoints impact key drivers for growth and set new standards of excellence for client health, on-boarding experience, solution delivery and overall life-time value.
Michael Kramer
Michael Kramer
Chief Revenue Officer
Michael is a revenue executive with over 20 years of experience in the software as a service (SaaS) industry. He previously held CRO roles at both BlueRidge.AI and Steelwedge Software, as well as executive sales roles at SAP, Infor, Workday, Fuze, and Accruent.
Mansell Nelson
Mansell Nelson
SVP, Business Development
Mansell nurtures the company's partnership ecosystem-strategic partners, technology companies, and system integrators. His team works with these partners to ensure the relationships are symbiotic.
Mark Scott
Mark Scott
VP, Marketing
Mark oversees all marketing, communications and demand generation-including content, customer advocacy, community, and digital marketing. The team's contributions expand the brand's reach and help meet growth objectives.
David Croucher
David Croucher
Dave and his team develop and execute the strategy to scale the company's business and financial operations globally. He is also responsible for all aspects of ProntoForms' investor relations.
Cindy McGann
Cindy McGann
General Counsel
Cindy handles ProntoForms' day-to-day legal matters. She negotiates and reviews sales, commercial technology and business development agreements. Cindy also advises on employment law, compliance and IP protection issues.

Sir Terence Matthews


Sir Terence Matthews is the founder and Chairman of Wesley Clover, an investment vehicle and holding company. Matthews has either founded or funded over 80 companies since 1972, including Newbridge Networks, a company he founded in 1986 and which became a leader in the worldwide data networking industry. In 1972, before launching Newbridge, Matthews co-founded Mitel, a world leader in the design and manufacture of enterprise communications solutions. Wesley Clover now has interests in a broad range of next-generation technology companies, real estate, hotels, and resorts.

In addition to being the Chairman of Wesley Clover, Matthews is also Chairman or Director of a number of private and publicly traded companies.

Matthews holds an honours degree in electronics from the University of Wales and is a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical Engineers and of the Royal Academy of Engineering. In 1994, he was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire, and in the 2001 Queen's Birthday Honours, he was awarded a Knighthood.

In 2011, he was appointed Patron of the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute.


Alvaro Pombo


Alvaro Pombo, CEO and Founder of ProntoForms, is a technology industry leader and innovator. He plays a fundamental role in defining the culture of ProntoForms and leading by example - business process curiosity, passion about technology and provoking positive transformation. Alvaro is a regular speaker at technology events and conferences, with a focus on how SaaS and related technologies can transform business operations and improve profitability. He also nurtures young technology entrepreneurs, sharing guidance and advice to the next emerging generation of innovators.

Alvaro has 30 years of leadership experience in Field Automation and IT, including the role of CIO and Vice President of Global Information Technology for the Carrier Internetworking Division of Alcatel Lucent, and six years with Exxon, where he played a key role of introducing field automation solutions. Alvaro served as consultant to Palm Inc., developing their business App store strategy.

Pombo holds several Patents and is the winner of a number of distinctions from the City of Ottawa, the Government of Colombia, and other organizations recognizing his entrepreneurial work. He holds a BSc in Computer Engineering from Universidad de los Andes in Bogota, Colombia, an MBA from the University of Ottawa, and studies at Georgetown University.


Michael Cristinziano


Michael Cristinziano is Corporate VP, Strategic Development at Citrix Systems, where he is responsible for several corporate functions, including M&A strategy and execution, technology licensing, venture capital investments and investor relations. Cristinziano's strategic leadership has catalyzed Citrix's transformation from a single-product tactical supplier to a strategic provider of secure application and data delivery solutions that let people work and play from anywhere using any device. Cristinziano has also held a Managing Director position with BMO Financial Group, where he covered the computer networking and software industries. He has also had roles with Needham & Co., and Telcordia Technologies. Cristinziano earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Temple University, a Master of Science in Systems Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and completed post-graduate studies at Carnegie Mellon University and Harvard Business School.


Sandy McIntosh


Sandy McIntosh brings more than 20 years of strategic human resources leadership experience. As Executive Vice-President, People & Culture and Chief Human Resources Officer at TELUS, she leads a team responsible for creating business, talent and culture practices that advance TELUS' business priorities. McIntosh advises the Executive Leadership Team and supports TELUS' Human Resources and Compensation Committee on culture transformation, labour relations, cost transformation, mergers and acquisitions, total rewards and talent development programs to accelerate TELUS' growth and performance.

Sandy was recognized as one of Women's Executive Network's Most Powerful Women and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2017. She received a Leadership Excellence Award in the Trailblazer category from Women in Communications and Technology. She has served as the Honourary Chair for The Weekend to Conquer Cancer, benefiting the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. Sandy holds an Executive MBA and a Master of Industrial Relations degree from Queen's University and an undergraduate degree in Public Administration from Carleton University.


Bruce Joyce


Bruce Joyce has been a key player in the growth and success of many major organizations based out of Ottawa, Ontario. Recently, he was the Vice President of Leadership and Human Resources Research for the Conference Board of Canada. Prior to his retirement, he was a partner with Deloitte for 23 years, with terms as the Office Managing Partner for the National Capital Region and Leader of the Federal Government Account. Joyce was the founding Chair of the National Capital chapter of the Institute of Corporate Directors.

Joyce is a Fellow of CPA Ontario (formerly the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario) and has a Bachelor of Commerce from Carleton University. He has also completed the Directors Education Program through the Institute of Corporate Directors, is Human Resources and Compensation Committee Certified through The Directors College, and completed the Deloitte Competitive Readiness Program taught by the Kellogg School of Management and Columbia Business School. Joyce holds his ICD.D designation and has served on numerous boards. He currently serves as Chair of the Audit Committee of the Auditor General of Canada, on the Board of Armstrong Monitoring Corporation, and on the Board of CounterPath Corporation.


Philip Deck


Philip Deck brings over 20 years of experience in technology company operations, leadership, and merchant banking. Deck served as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of MKS Inc., a leader in enterprise software application lifecycle management, from 2001 until its acquisition by PTC Corp in 2011. From 1993 to 1999, he was CEO of Certicom Corp., a worldwide leader in cryptographic research and software toolkits. Deck served as a Director of the Bank of Canada, Canada's central bank, from 2006 until 2013, and also held a role as Lead Director. He has also served on the Board of the C.D. Howe Institute in addition to several other private and public software companies.


Conrad Smits


Conrad is a recognized leader in field services for global operations. He brings a depth of industry knowledge and customer centricity. As Head of Services & Solution Delivery, Mr. Smits was responsible for directing the transformation of Philips' worldwide services and solution delivery organization as part of the corporate strategy to achieve global healthcare solutions leadership. Prior to this he led a number of the global healthcare technology businesses of Philips. Mr. Smits also held executive positions at Danone and Coca-Cola and is a member of the Service Council.


Scott Berg


Scott brings a long legacy of industry knowledge and go-to-market experience that supports our growth acceleration and momentum. As CEO, Mr. Berg was responsible for leading ServiceMax globally. He was COO during the company's repositioning towards the enterprise market that led to the acquisition by GE. As CEO, he expanded this market focus and bolstered product innovation, which led to the acquisition by Silver Lake Partners. Before ServiceMax he was a senior sales and go-to-market executive at SuccessFactors and Birst.


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