Alex El Homsi, president and CEO, founded Trilog Group in 1997, and has
led the company to its current leadership position in two significant markets: the automated
migration of Notes applications to J2EE and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) based development
tools. Mr. Homsi created the company's award-winning J2EE RAD tool, FlowBuilder XML, and its XML
Server Pages (XSP) framework, which is a superior, native J2EE/RDBMS rendition of the Domino
framework using XML as a substitute for the "Note" abstraction. His vision is to help Domino
developers move to J2EE by leveraging their existing skills, while offering J2EE developers a
proven way -- the Notes way -- to build workflow applications. He has over 10 years of development
experience with both Notes and Java.
Previously, Mr. Homsi served as worldwide product manager for architecture and technology for HR
Access, an HR ERP product at IBM. He started his career as a research and development engineer for
CGI France, specializing in object-oriented 4GL CASE tools, client/server architecture and
collaborative workflow automation using Notes/Domino. Mr. Homsi earned two engineering degrees from
top French "Grandes Ecoles," including the renowned Ecole Polytechnique, and is fluent in English,
French and Arabic.