Press ReleaseLavaltrie, Quebec, August 11, 2011
Devolutions is finalists in a prestigious competition
Around 40 companies entered the race in the second edition of this prestigious competition. Devolutions is the only company from the Lanaudière region among the finalists.
""This really wonderful initiative has what it takes to arouse the interest of entrepreneurs. We are proud to have been selected among the finalists.""
The software development firm Devolutions, located in Lavaltrie, is among the 10 finalists of Devtech 50, a high-profile competition in technological entrepreneurship.
Devolutions is especially known for the Remote Desktop Manager, an application that allows businesses to reduce their network maintenance costs by managing all their connections by remote control through an information portal. The firm is making an impact on the market in over 60 countries around the world but is still relatively little known in local circles.
“In addition to obtaining superb visibility, finalists receive very worthwhile prizes, especially an invitation to participate in four high-level training events to gain access to the final round,” David Hervieux, CEO of Devolutions, explains enthusiastically. “This really wonderful initiative has what it takes to arouse the interest of entrepreneurs. We are proud to have been selected among the finalists.”
For more information or media inquiries, contact David Hervieux at (514) 360-3686 or email@example.com.
Established in 2004, Devolutions is a Canadian-based company located near Montreal, Quebec. The firm’s mission is to develop innovative enterprise software that helps users cost-effectively, simply and effectively achieve their network management and security goals.
The firm is also committed to providing exceptional technical support, ensuring an excellent user experience that exceeds expectations, and delivering high performance with superior quality.
The Devtech 50 competition is organized by the economic development agency Quebec International. It is open to any start-up company with a net worth of less than $250,000 offering high-tech products or services. The 2011 edition is presented by Essor Stratégies, the main sponsor of the event.