Executive Management

Stephen J. Sadler
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Sadler is one of the most respected technology executives in Canada, and is widely known as the former Vice-Chairman and CEO of Geac Computer Corporation. In that position Mr. Sadler took the company from receivership in 1987 and grew the company by acquisition into a major international software company serving several different markets. He was the Chairman of Helix until December 31, 2012, one of Canada’s original technology venture capital firms, as well as a director of several public and private companies, including Open Text Corporation. Mr. Sadler is a Chartered Accountant, an honours MBA graduate from York University, holds an honours Bachelor of Applied Science and Engineering degree from the University of Toronto, and has a Business and Security Valuation certificate from the Canadian Association of Business Valuators. Mr. Sadler is the largest shareholder of Enghouse and has been recognised for Outstanding Executive Leadership by York University’s Schulich School of Business.

Vince Mifsud

As President of Enghouse Systems Limited, Mr. Mifsud is responsible for global sales, operations, product and finance. Prior to joining Enghouse, his roles included Chief Executive Officer of Scribble Technologies, Chief Executive Officer of Genesis, Chief Operating Officer of Pivotal Corp. and Chief Financial Officer at Rand Technologies. He has focused on financial performance, organic growth of enterprise software companies, completed and integrated many acquisitions, raised over $250M in capital, and completed two initial public offerings. Mr. Mifsud is a Chartered Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Toronto.

Sam Anidjar
Vice President, Corporate Development

As Vice President, Corporate Development, Mr. Anidjar is responsible for the company’s acquisition initiatives and assists with investor relations activities. Prior to joining Enghouse, he held various senior management roles in operations and acquisitions at Geac Computer Corporation, Celestica, SSA Global and CDC Software. Mr. Anidjar holds a Bachelor of Technology in Industrial Engineering from Ryerson University.

Doug Bryson
Vice President, Finance & Administration

As Vice President, Finance & Administration, Mr. Bryson has overall responsibility for planning, directing and controlling the company’s financial disclosure, taxation, and financial operations. Prior to joining Enghouse, his roles included Manager of Accounting and Taxation for Hitachi Data Systems Inc. (Canada) and Controller for Phonettix Intelcom, a publicly traded software and telecommunications company. Mr. Bryson is a Chartered Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Toronto.

Lynette Corbett
Chief Administration and Human Resources Officer

As Chief Administration and Human Resources officer, Miss Corbett is responsible for the coordination and performance of key administrative functions including global HR, legal, facilities and information technology services. Prior to joining Enghouse, her roles included Director of Strategy to the Prime Minister of Canada, Chief of Staff for several Ministers including Public Works and Government Services Canada, Shared Services Canada, Status of Women, Natural Resources Canada, Agriculture Canada and Human Resources and Social Development. She was also in private practice as a management-side labour and employment lawyer. Miss Corbett holds a Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts degree and LL.B from the University of Western Ontario.

Todd M. May
Vice President & General Counsel

As Vice President & General Counsel, Mr. May is responsible for overseeing all legal matters within Enghouse including compliance, corporate governance and contracts. Prior to joining Enghouse, he was a partner practicing in the securities and corporate/commercial areas at Aird & Berlis LLP. He also held advisory roles in mergers and acquisition transactions as well as ongoing corporate/commercial and employment situations. Mr. May holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Carleton University and LL.B. from Queens University.