Quebec, October 5, 2021—Inno-centre and Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton join forces to support and accompany SMEs in achieving the full potential of their digital transformation project.
A winning partnership for Quebec SMEs
Inno-centre joins forces with Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton to support them in the mandate it was given by the ministère de l’Économie et de l’Innovation, as part of the Offensive de transformation numérique. This association was created to pool the resources of each organization in order to help Quebec SMEs begin or accelerate their digital transformation, and thus improve their competitiveness and productivity.
Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s expertise in digital maturity and cybersecurity, as well as their in-depth knowledge of the various available technological solutions, further enhance Inno-centre’s consulting services.
This agreement will enable Quebec SMEs to confidently undertake their digital transformation process, knowing that they will be able to access all the required expertise, whether it be strategic thinking to the implementation of digital solutions.
In putting their efforts together, Inno-centre and Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton are providing strong support to SMEs in their growth challenges. “Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s expertise in digital transformation fits squarely within the business consulting services offered by Inno-centre. This partnership will enable SMEs across all Quebec regions to accelerate progress towards achieving their digital maturity, a key factor in their competitiveness,” says Jean Rivard, Vice President at Inno-centre.
“There is no doubt that this partnership with Inno-centre reflects our desire to put local SMEs’ prosperity and dynamism at the forefront of our actions. In a business context that requires greater agility and innovation from companies across all industries, digital and technological transformation has emerged as a key enabler of sustainability and growth. By accelerating their digital maturity, companies are becoming more efficient, they increase their revenues, and compensate for labour shortages in addition to facing the competitiveness challenge. It is our privilege to integrate our expertise at the heart of these major transformations,” says Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s Business Transformation Associate and Digital Transformation Leader, Nancy Jalbert.
For more than 30 years, Inno-centre has been providing consulting services to innovative SMEs at various stages of their development. With a team of more than 125 advisors, Inno-centre works annually with more than 500 companies from its offices in Québec City and Montréal. For more information, visit www.inno-centre.com.
About Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton
Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is a professional services firm that has been 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, helps 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 2,700 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 nearly 140 countries with over 58,200 people who provide real insight, a fresh perspective and agility to keep clients moving ahead.
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