Louis is a co-founder of SecureRF, and serves as its chief executive officer. He also serves on the company’s Board of Directors and is its chairman. Prior to joining SecureRF, he was the senior vice president of Marketing and Strategy for Global Logistics Technology, Inc. (“G-Log”), an innovative Internet logistics company that was acquired by Oracle Corporation. For 10 years preceding G-Log, he was CEO and president of Client Technologies, Inc., a New York-based provider of customer relationship management (CRM) applications for the financial sector that was acquired by a Canadian company. Louis also served as president of RKO/Warner Video, where he was responsible for technology, operations, and acquisitions throughout North America. Early in his career, he held both sales and engineering positions with IBM.
Louis has consulted to Homeland Security on US electronic border initiatives and has served as a resource to the White House on security issues related to electronic passports and passport cards. He was on the North American Board of the Association for Automatic Identification and Mobility (AIM) and is the former chairman of its RFID Experts Group (REG). He was on the Board of Advisors of the National Center for Aerospace Leadership (NCAL), a partnership between US industry, academia, and government teams, and is currently an active member on the GS1/EPCglobal and US TAG ISO standards committees. Louis holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree (with honors) in Finance and Marketing from the University of Manitoba.