23 Sep Croesus participates in the Big Data Conference
Montréal, Quebec, September 23, 2016 – Patrick Chassé, Software Development Director at Croesus, will take part in a round-table discussion as an expert panelist during the Big Data Conference to be held at the Sofitel Golden Mile on September 23rd.
The conference will feature the challenges faced by Quebec companies and institutions in terms of managing and analyzing generated data. Minister Rita Lc de Santis will also be on hand to introduce Quebec’s policy on access to information, privacy and data transparency.
The event is organized by the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Canada, in partnership with Bell and in collaboration with IVADO (Institut de valorisation des données) and CRIM (Centre de recherche informatique de Montréal). For more information on the Big Data Conference or to register, please visit: eventbrite.ca
Since 1987, Croesus has been providing sophisticated wealth management solutions to financial institutions throughout North America. Currently, 10,000 investment professionals use the Croesus application to manage over $900 billion in assets. With its 175 dedicated employees, Croesus has built a reputation on the ability to efficiently transform data into information, develop portfolio management solutions to drive efficiency and deliver business intelligence for fact-based decision making. Croesus works with its clients as partners, and the company’s goal is to ensure their long-term success. To add value, Croesus actively listens, learns and engages with its clients to develop technology solutions that are innovative, flexible and secure. Over the years, the company has built a culture based on core values related to work/life balance, personal development and giving back to the community. Croesus was a winner of Canada’s Best Managed Companies program in 2014 and requalified in 2015 to maintain its status as a Best Managed company. The company has offices in Montreal, Toronto and San Diego.
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