Croesus wins the 2016 PME en lumière Prize

Croesus wins the 2016 PME en lumière Prize

Montreal, Quebec, October 19, 2016 – It is with great pride that we announce that Croesus won the 2016 PME en lumière prize. Named SME of the month in January, Croesus was among the eight finalists competing for the SME of the year title.

Spearheaded by the Quebec Technology Association, in partnership with the Business Development Bank of Canada, Vidéotron Business Solutions and with the support of BCF Business Law, this award aims to recognize the efforts and achievements of small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) in the information, communications and technology (ICT) sector. The SME of the year was selected by a jury of experts in the fields of ICT and business combined with a public vote that accounted for 25% of the final score.

“At Croesus, we are pleased to have with us more than 180 employees who work relentlessly to make our business shine and allow it to evolve intelligently toward what we all dream that it becomes, a flagship company in Québec, ” said Mr. Rémy Therrien, President of Croesus during the awards ceremony.

About Croesus
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 180 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.

About AQT
The Quebec Technology Association (AQT) contributes to the influence of Quebec’s ICT industry companies as well as the growth of this economic sector. With its 500-strong membership, the AQT unites and supports ICT industry leaders by fostering skill development, business performance enhancement, and the advancement of commercial practices within the industry. A non-profit, self-funded organization, the AQT acts as a representative and public advocate for the industry, and is now Quebec’s largest ICT business network. To learn more, visit

Frédéric Le Bouar
Director of Product Marketing and Business Promotion

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