Soucy Techno Re-Qualifies as One of the Best Managed Companies in Canada

May 14, 2020
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Soucy Techno re-qualifies for Deloitte's Best Managed Companies in Canada program and is now highlighting its nomination to the Platinum Club!

Established in 1993, the Canada’s Best Managed Companies awards program by Deloitte recognizes the excellence of businesses owned and managed by Canadians with revenues over $ 25 million. Each year, hundreds of Canadian companies apply through an independent and rigorous process that assesses their management skills and practices to identify the companies that stand out the most.

“It’s a great pride for Soucy Techno to once again qualify as one of the best managed companies in Canada. Receiving the Platinum Distinction reaffirms that the efforts made for more than 7 years now in the management of our operations, our commitment to research and development and the management of our talents are recognized and rewarded. — François Bédard, General Manager, Soucy Techno

More particularly, Soucy Techno stands out for its overall performance, its sustained growth, its participative management method and its commitment to perform. Its agility, connectivity and innovative strategies allow the company to shine here… and elsewhere!

Indeed, the company manages to preserve its mobility, its reactivity and its manufacturing speed through the management of its growth. In terms of its connectivity, Soucy Techno implements technological solutions that allow it to connect its employees, its processes and its products in order to optimize its operational efficiency. Finally, innovation is advocated and felt through its current business practices to encourage the engagement and involvement of its talents.

Best Managed Companies in Canada competition program is sponsored by Deloitte, CIBC, Canadian Business, Smith School of Business and TMX Group.

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