Tyler Eyamie is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Fusebill, an Ottawa-based information technology company that helps businesses with subscriptions and billing management. Fusebill automates many manual accounting and financial processes through its cloud-based platform.
Tyler Eyamie was born in Ottawa, Canada, where he and his family have resided for decades. Ottawa is the current location where Eyamie resides and where the Fusebill headquarters are based.
From 1996 to 2000, Eyamie attended St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. Eyamie was the first member of his family to attend university, receiving his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.
After graduating from St. Francis Xavier University in June 2000, Tyler Eyamie began his professional career as a manager at Bell Canada. In January 2001, Eyamie joined Protus IP Solutions, a firm that he was employed at for over ten years. He began at Protus as a corporate Account Executive, however in January 2004, he was promoted to Corporate Sales Manager. In 2007, Eyamie became the Director of Business Development, leading the Strategic Partnerships and Business Development initiatives for Protus IP Solutions. His determination helped propel the company from a small emerging technology company into a thriving company that led to a successful $213 million exit in 2010. Eyamie co-founded Fusebill in April of 2011, serving initially as President then transitioning to Chief Executive Officer in March 2014. He also served as a board member of Fusebill from April 2011 to March 2021.
Tyler Eyamie is an experienced business leader who has created growth through accelerating revenue & profits since 2011. In May of 2013, Eyamie was listed by the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce as the recipient of the Forty Under 40 Award, being recognized as an accomplished industry leader who gives back to his community. After founding his own software company, Eyamie has established a successful company with over 550, 000 worldwide subscribers, as well as generating millions of dollars in revenue.