French giant Eurogiciel, which specializes in major project consulting, quality management, and system & software engineering, is establishing a subsidiary in Montréal.
This subsidiary will support Eurogiciel’s international clients and serve new clients in the group’s core sectors, i.e., aerospace and rail transportation. Contact has already been made with Bombardier, Aerolia, MDA, Safran and Thales.
Élaine Zakaïb, the Minister for Industrial Policy and the Banque de développement économique du Québec, hailed the company’s decision to open a subsidiary in Québec. “The group operates in a niche of excellence that Québec has been actively developing for many years now and that’s aerospace,” she declared. “The Québec government welcomes this innovative group, which will find high-quality partners here, including Investissement Québec.”
The Québec government actively supported Eurogiciel in its move here, by making it aware of the province’s competitive advantages and setting up meetings with current and potential clients.
January 9, 2014