Maurice Goulet is a visionary, inventor and entrepreneur in the field of online communications.
He attended Florida Institute of Technology and studied Computer Science, Aeronautics and Neuromuscular Therapy.
His clients have included Hollywood celebrities like Bob Hope and Andy Williams, professional athletes like George Blanda and John Brody, the US Ambassador to Belgium Leonard Firestone and Gerald Ford the President of the United States.
In 1981, AT&T developed the first telephone interpretation service. At that time Maurice was involved with children at the Missouri school for the deaf. As he saw the frustrations experienced by deaf children, he told himself there had to be a better way. Telephone translation services were never going to improve the way of life for those who were deaf. It was that year that he saw the future of translations services. As data compression technology advanced, he began working with streaming video to provide live instant translation services and in 2009 TranStream Global was conceived.
TranStream is a revolutionary cloud based software program capable of accessing a proprietary database of live linguists able to supply video translation services on demand to any industry in the world. TranStream is the only solution to the growing human dilemma.
Maurice’s entrepreneurial vision is about creating a better way of doing something that enriches people’s lives.