News Room

09Jun 2017
By Benoit Labbé (TechnoMontreal)
philippe-morin

We’re proud of having delivered Outlast, which was an immediate success, without exceeding our budget and while conserving our independence. Sony and Microsoft showed an interest in offering the game with their consoles and the game was very well received, so its distribution was quite simple after that.
– Philippe Morin, President of Red Barrels 

Just over a month after the launch of their last game, these Montreal specialists in spine-chilling games are taking some time to let their next idea percolate, wanting to develop something new, with a different tone. “We’re going to have fun animating rainbows and Care Bears now…” jokes Philippe Morin, President of Red Barrels.
Continue reading

26May 2017
By Mélanie Pilon, Writer for the ICT Partners Vitrine TI Program
Published on Carrefour TIC
Orange Traffic

In our field, each project comes with its share of challenges, due to a difficult operational
environment that is very technical and where many norms apply. We’re here to accompany clients by
offering them a real solution, as well as all the support necessary to optimize it.
– Patrick Lauzière, VP, technology & development at Orange Traffic 

19May 2017
By Benoit Labbé (TechnoMontreal)
Publié sur Carrefour TIC
J. Charron

 In addition to our solid values like innovation, performance, team spirit and quality, our little Quebec company started with an idea to become what I would call a small-medium-multinational!
– Jacques Charron, President and CEO of K2 Geospatial

12May 2017
By Benoit Labbé (TechnoMontreal)
Published by Carrefour TIC
gsoft-bureaux-1920x1280-300x200

GSOFT must rise to the challenge of perpetual innovation. The more we succeed, the harder we have to work to achieve more. There are always younger innovative companies popping up and new technological developments to stay on top of. They key is to stay focussed on clear objectives, while constantly questioning ourselves.
– Catherine Salvail, GSOFT’s Director of Media & Visibility

10Nov 2014

New partnership with the Centre d’entreprises et d’innovation de Montréal to help incubate and grow McGill-based start-ups.

The Honourable Maxime Bernier, Minister of State (Small Business and Tourism, and Agriculture) was at Centre d’entreprises et d’innovation de Montréal this morning to announce a funding contribution of up to $ 6.2 million over the next five years to support the launch of CEIM’s Québec Innovation project. A key element of this project is an innovative partnership between CEIM and McGill University to provide McGill student and faculty entrepreneurs with access to an array of support, expertise and resources to incubate and grow their start-ups. “Our government is committed to creating the best business environment possible for Canadian small and start-up businesses to grow and prosper. Today’s investment in the Centre d’entreprises et d’innovation de Montréal will help ensure Quebec’s promising innovative businesses have the services, guidance and resources to become internationally competitive while creating jobs in Montreal and across Quebec.” Maxime Bernier, Minister of State (Small Business and Tourism) (Agriculture).

Continue reading

loading