Forever an entrepreneur at heart, Yves created the very first interactive satellite tracking system before even completing his bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from École Polytechnique de Montréal. His innovative spirit would lead him all the way to Seattle to provide security for Bill Gates.

Yves then helped design the systems that manage the communication and control networks on board the Bombardier-built New York City subway cars. He soon left corporate engineering to start his first company, which went public in 2003.

Afterward, he earned an MBA from Université de Sherbrooke and founded Cysca Consulting, which developed its service offering over the years and merged with Sysacom to become Cysca Technologies and continue its growth.


As soon as he graduated as an electrical engineer from École Polytechnique de Montréal, Denis began developing his expertise in sensitive fields, including telecommunications and the 911 service, as well as military applications.

Denis then founded his own circuit and electronic system development company, Sysacom, which would grow from a one-man operation to a team of twenty-five. He then led the merger between Sysacom and Cysca Consulting to create Cysca Technologies.

With 35 years of experience, Denis is recognized as an expert with encyclopedic knowledge of electronic design and signal processing. His achievements feature ingenious technical approaches that meet the most complex requirements and ensure customer satisfaction.


After graduating in mechanical engineering from École Polytechnique de Montréal, François earned his master’s degree in mechanical and aerospace engineering from Princeton University.

He acquired an extraordinary knowledge base and developed in-depth technical expertise in software development over the course of his 25+ year career, throughout which he applied software engineering principles to problems in mechanical engineering and distributed systems in various industries, including aeronautics.

Cysca’s trajectory changed course with his arrival in 2010, as it turned to product development projects and a technical expertise-based offering. He has led some of the company’s largest projects, weaving together technical expertise, team management, and customer relations.


Starting with a mechanical engineering degree from École Polytechnique de Montréal, Jean-Pierre’s career spans over 30 years, with half in C-level positions.

Jean-Pierre was Vice President of Business Development, then President, of Nova Bus, a division of the Volvo Group. A pillar of the company’s rapid growth, he worked his way up the ranks over two decades, holding various technical and business positions before joining the organization’s executive team. He was the driving force behind several innovative projects, including the electric bus.

Afterward, he was also a consultant in growth and acquisition strategies for multinationals. Since joining Cysca Technologies, he has strived to enhance our company’s reach across Canada and abroad.