Bruce Reilly

Chief Financial Officer and Director

Mr. Reilly is a graduate of the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Commerce degree, is a Chartered Accountant (1985), and an Arthur Anderson & Co. ("AA & Co") alumnus (1986). For over the past twenty years, Bruce has successfully developed and managed a chartered accounting firm operating in the Greater Toronto Area. During that time, he has acquired a broad range of experience with a primary focus on public companies. In addition, Bruce is the Chief Financial Officer and Director of Platinex Inc. and is the past Chief Financial Officer and past Board Chair of Partner Jet Corp., which are listed on the TSX-V.

Alex Romanov

Strategic Advisor

Mr. Romanov has enjoyed a diverse work life rich in experience. He worked with industry leaders in his formative years, such as Motorola as National Sales Manager, where he migrated to Global Business. As CEO at Alpine Electronics, a direct subsidiary of Alps Electric Japan, for 17 years, he established, with his leadership team, the Canadian operation and built it into an industry leader, generating in excess of $50 million in annual revenues. In three years the brand achieved #1 market share, with 50% plus of the Canadian market share. Hand in hand with Alpine’s growth as a premium brand, Mr. Romanov established and grew its OEM business, establishing Alpine electronics equipment in Mercedes, Honda, Lamborghini, and other automotive icons. After leaving Alpine in 1996, Mr. Romanov established Royal Oak Marketing, a national marketing agency, that eventually generated $120 million in annual revenues, creating sales and distribution channels for a variety of leading consumer electronics brands, including AST Computers resulting in their winning top market share exceeding those of the then existing industry leaders. The agency was sold to a US concern for $29 million. Mr. Romanov led the acquisition team when Alpine acquired Luxman home audio and parlayed this rich experience later in his career as he developed and co-founded Spherex Inc., which developed and marketed an Xbox gaming audio system licensed to Microsoft. Spherex was sold to a US concern in 2005. Alex has held senior positions in iSIGN since November 2007, bringing the Company public in September 2009.

Rod Milne


Graduated from Sheridan College in 1974 with a diploma in Business Administration, majoring in Accounting and Financial Management. Has 40 plus years of experience in financial management, in both private and public sectors, with companies ranging from start-up operations to fully developed companies. Has been iSIGN’s Controller since August 2008