Jeff Papows, former head of Lotus Development Corp., who left that organization in January under a cloud of allegations of a doctored resume, military-career fabrications, and sexual discrimination, has resurfaced as the CEO of Maptuit. Maptuit is a Toronto-based company that offers routing and mapping for wired and wireless devices. Papows, 46, is expected to craft a number of Maptuit's collaborative strategies to best fit with end-users' e-business initiatives, company officials said. Papows is also serving as a member of IT Factory's board of directors and pilots that concern's acquisition strategy. In April 1999, The Wall Street Journal reported that Papows repeatedly lied about his personal history. Papows denied the allegations.
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