Québec International and Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton are initiating concerted actions aimed at digital and technological transformation
Québec City, September 21, 2020 – Québec International and Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton are pleased to consolidate their efforts to support regional companies in initiating their digital transformation. Between September 24 and October 29, 2020, business leaders and entrepreneurs are invited to take part in the Manufacturier numériQC initiative, a series of six virtual conferences dedicated to innovation and technology.
To face the challenges of the years to come and seize business opportunities, Québec International and Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton are working together to support small and medium-sized manufacturing companies in their digital and technological transition. According to Carl Viel, President and CEO of Québec International: “Digital transformation is increasingly unfolding in the industrial landscape. Business growth includes Industry 4.0, which is an essential element in ensuring the economic prosperity of the region and of Quebec.”
Organized with the Investissement Québec competition, Manufacturier numériQC invites small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to succeed in their digital transformation and carry out their projects in order to remain productive and competitive. With the presentation of feasible and effective digitization and optimization models tailored to the reality of manufacturing in Quebec, the program is centered around the experience of local companies and dialogue and on the following six conferences:
- September 24, 2020 | Produits Exact and Festo Didactic
- October 1, 2020 | FISO and APN Global
- October 8, 2020 | Labplas and Preverco
- October 15, 2020 | Biscuits Leclerc and A7 Intégration
- October 22, 2020 | Robotiq
- October 29, 2020 | Métal Bernard (Groupe Mundial)
Start your digital transformation off right with the 4.0 audit
“In a new business context that requires more agility and innovation from manufacturing companies supporting economic prosperity, the digital and technological transformation is an essential engine for business recovery, as well as sustainability. Catching up is no longer an option. Businesses must invest in a sustained manner to ensure continued increases in efficiency and income, fill labour shortages, and take on the challenge of global competitiveness.” notes Nancy Jalbert, CPA, CA, Management Consulting Partner and Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’ leader of the Industry 4.0 practice. “Companies must take on the 4.0 challenge, and this shift requires preparation. The Industry 4.0 audit remains one of the structuring elements to start a real digital shift and is possible through a grant offered by Investissement Québec whereby experts from our firm are accredited to support businesses.” adds Jalbert.
Informative and structuring meetings for a successful digital transformation
Business leaders and entrepreneurs are invited to attend these conferences where they will learn how to improve their production. Managers will be able to experience the full potential of digital solutions for their manufacturing company and discover how a digital transformation is a promising investment for businesses.
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About Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton
Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is a professional services firm dedicated to the success of organizations and their leaders since 1948. The firm’s advisors are committed to helping clients thrive by obtaining a deep understanding of what is important to them, their business and their industry. This knowledge, combined with a team of motivated and talented professionals help accelerate growth. A Quebec and Canadian leader in the areas of assurance, tax, advisory services and business recovery and reorganization, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton boasts more than 2,800 professionals, including approximately 200 partners, working in over 100 offices across the province of Quebec and in the Ottawa and Edmundston regions.
Together with Grant Thornton LLP, another Canadian firm, and the Grant Thornton global organization, our global footprint spans across more than 140 countries with over 56,000 people who provide real insight, a fresh perspective and agility to keep clients moving ahead.
About Québec International
Québec International contributes to the economic development and international outreach of the Québec City metropolitan area. As a regional economic development agency, Québec International fosters business growth, supports key clusters and attracts talent and investment to the area. For further information, please visit www.quebecinternational.ca.
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