People: Canadian Tire Corporation Ltd (CTCa.TO)

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Roman, Eugene 

Mr. Eugene O. Roman, CPA, serves as Executive Vice-President, Digital Excellence and Technology Advisor, of the company. He previously served as Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer of Canadian Tire Corporation Limited. He has prime responsibility for the evolution and operational support of all digital and interactive technologies of the corporation. His mission is to accelerate the deployment and use of next-generation digital platforms to grow corporate revenue and evolve key platforms to support the growing needs of the Company. He believes that the Canadian Tire team of highly skilled technologists are a major competitive advantage in the delivery of systems of engagement and use the best internet technologies available. He sees the future of retail as "etail" where smart technologies create new opportunities for innovation and excellence. Eugene started his career in telecommunications and has worked for Nortel Networks Corporation, Bell Canada Enterprises Inc., and Open Text Corporation. In progressively senior technology and business roles in Canada, the U.S. and the U.K, Eugene was responsible for integrating critical technology and business processes to better deliver innovative programs. He has also led efforts to increase productivity and improve performance in order to deliver current and ‘next generation’ services more efficiently within a large organization. Eugene holds a Master’s Degree in Administration, Bachelor’s Degree in Economics, is a Certified Management Accountant, and is a recent graduate of the Institute of Corporate Directors program. He is a frequent speaker on “The Future of Digital Content” and was recently appointed as a Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto, where he will continue his outstanding work in advancing innovation in Canada. He is also an industry professor in Design Engineering at McMaster University.

Basic Compensation

Total Annual Compensation, CAD 784,660
Restricted Stock Award, CAD --
Long-Term Incentive Plans, CAD --
All Other, CAD 712,221
Fiscal Year Total, CAD 1,496,880

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