Montreal is the home of several companies named among Deloitte’s annual Technology Fast 50 Awards. 10 companies from Montreal emerged as winners, while three more startups within Quebec gained nods.
Here’s the Quebec companies along with the place they scored in the Fast 50:
3 COLO-D Drummondville QC 10,942%
4 LANDR Audio Inc. Montréal QC 9,875%
11 TrackTik Montréal QC 1,725%
14 Dialekta Montréal QC 1,444%
15 VOTI Detection Saint-Laurent QC 1,299%
21 FixMeStick Technologies Inc. Montréal QC 1,132%
25 District M Montréal QC 926%
29 Diff Montréal QC 764%
30 Felix & Paul Studios Inc. Montréal QC 756%
32 Kinova Boisbriand QC 699%
36 Ayuda Media Systems Inc. Montréal QC 647%
38 Newtrax Technologies Inc. Montréal QC 600%
47 GSoft Montréal QC 476%
Drummundville’s COLO-D, who came in third place with a 10,942% growth, provides state-of-the-art neutral data centre/colocation services designed specifically for large technology companies. In fourth place was LANDR Audio Inc., which is an online, cloud-based, automated mastering service developed by MixGenius in Montreal, QC. It allows for the upload of audio tracks in various formats which are then instantly digitally mastered using artificial intelligence algorithms.
Finally, in 11th place came TrackTik, which provides an integrated security workforce management software. They call it the industry’s only all-in-one platform offering security service companies complete control of every aspect of their business.
“We are delivering game-changing technology that is reimagining every role in the security workforce management process,” said TrackTik CEO Simon Ferragne.
“Business is changing rapidly, and what used to work a few years ago isn’t a recipe for what will work in the future,” said Erica Pretorius, Partner and National Leader for the Technology Fast 50 program at Deloitte Canada. “Fast 50 winners are a beacon of innovation and I’m looking forward to how they will change the business and technology landscape in the future.”
TrackTik doubled the size of its Montreal headquarters last year, growing from 60 to 120 employees.
A few more Montreal companies were named to Deloitte’s “Companies to Watch” list as well.
Algolux, Dialogue and SPORTLOGiQ all got mentions. Algolux provides a machine learning optimization platform intended for imaging and computer vision systems. Dialogue is a telemedicine and telehealth platform for corporate wellness and employee mental health. SPORTLOGiQ is an AI-powered sports analytics company. We help teams win more games and broadcasters engage more viewers.