March 20, 2015, Montreal, QC—Effigis Geo-Solutions Inc., a leader in the design, development and implementation of innovative geospatial solutions, is pleased to announce the opening of an office in Toronto today. Located in the Greater Toronto Area, the new offices will from now on welcome clients and employees.
With this new facility, the company, given its strong growth over the past five years, would like to be closer to its clients and partners in Ontario. “The success we have had with large-scale energy and telecommunications projects has led us to have a more obvious presence in the Greater Toronto Area,” explained Claude Levasseur, Vice-President – Geomatics.
Effigis would also like to accommodate its employees in Toronto who are growing in numbers, as well as open its doors to potential candidates. Toronto is a dynamic, innovative city with a huge pool of qualified high-tech workers. “This presence will also enable us to gradually offer all products and services from Effigis to companies and public organizations who want to count on a multidisciplinary team of professionals and specialists recognized in the geospatial field.”
The company, which, for more than 25 years has offered innovative geospatial information solutions, has opened two new offices in the past three years and now has more than 150 employees in Ontario and Quebec.
To contact the new Effigis office:
201 Consumers Road, Suite 308
Toronto, Ont. M2J 4G8
Effigis, a rapidly expanding Quebec firm established in Montreal in 1991, designs, develops and implements innovative geospatial solutions (telecommunications network monitoring, GNSS software, Earth observation services, infrastructure inventory, geological studies) by drawing upon expert resources, aimed at improving its customers’ business processes. A business partner in one of the largest satellite imaging distribution networks in the world, Effigis provides its clients with access to a wide range of Earth observation business satellites. Effigis thus serves many sectors of activity such as public administration, aeronautics, agriculture, environment, forestry, engineering consulting, mines and oil, public services and telecommunications.