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Alexis Trannoy

Professional Status

Entrepreneur
Open to opportunities

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About Me

• 15+ years of experience in the software, game, IT and consumer electronics industries.

• Practical experience in marketing and sales of tech products to both general and targeted audiences.

• Well-rounded experience in how to create a successful product line: sales strategy, pricing, marketing and channel management.

• An entrepreneurial spirit and self-starter, always eager to find and capitalize on new market opportunities.

• Enthusiastic evangelist, great at communicating with people and helping them understand the technology.

• Strong command of French and English language (written and verbal)

Looking forward to new opportunities based on my experience and skills acquired in fields such as product management, product marketing, e-commerce, online advertising, digital media, social media, e-CRM and email marketing.

Experience

Translation Manager - Open Source Community Volunteer

Linspire, Inc.
May 2005 to November 2006
Responsibilities completed
  • Translated or edited 2500+ strings, and proof-read a few thousands more, of the French version of Linspire 5, a Debian-based desktop Linux distribution
Detailed Description
  • Using the Web-based translating application project IRMA (International Resource Management Application), a community-based desktop Linux localization initiative, translated or edited 2500+ strings.
Company Description

Linspire, Inc was a Linux and open source software company based in San Diego CA that primarily targeted home computer users with its flagship Linux distribution, Linspire, originally known as Lindows. It was a commercial operating system with an easy-to-use graphical user interface, based on Debian GNU/Linux and later Ubuntu.
One of the key features in Linspire was CNR (aka Click N' Run), a one-click software delivery service that made finding and installing Linux software easier. CNR offered a large database of Linux programs and was available for other versions of Linux.
Linspire was acquired by Xandros in July 2008