MONTREAL, March 25, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ - CRIM is pleased to announce the release of its new Web site and the launching of its Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Flickr platforms in order to serve you even better.
CRIM's new Web site is an all-encompassing tool incorporating advanced searching capabilities allowing you to gain quick access to informational content, our services and our personnel. Its integrated approach provides you with easy access to our expertise, our achievements and highlights the industrial sectors where we operate. « This new site, fully interconnected with social media, will not only serve to enhance CRIM's influence within the IT ecosystem of Quebec, but will also showcase our partners, as well as the some 170 enterprises and organizations that are already part of CRIM's community, » declares Daniel Blanche, CEO of CRIM.
« Our newly deployed platforms will work together in synergy to embody a unique platform of collaboration and commitment. The social platforms, in addition to allowing CRIM to embrace a strong and committed community of enthusiasts, will give us the opportunity to raise the general public's awareness to our mission of liaison and transfer. With these new platforms, CRIM now possesses the means to engage in a genuine dialogue with its community members, aimed at fulfilling their needs and expectations, » declares Maxime-R. Clerk, Director of Communications and Marketing at CRIM.
The inauguration of these platforms is also an opportunity for CRIM to assert its positioning and to reveal its new corporate signature that resoundingly reflects its promise of providing you with « Your leading edge » in regards to cutting edge knowledge and innovative technologies.
CRIM is an IT applied research centre that develops innovative technologies and know-how in collaboration with its clients and partners. CRIM transfers these technologies to Quebec's leading businesses and organizations, helping to increase their productivity and competitiveness, both locally and abroad. CRIM is comprised of four world class research teams in IT, a testing and interoperability centre that has established itself as a leading reference in Quebec, and a cutting edge IT training centre. CRIM operates primarily in the areas of interaction and human-system interfaces, advanced analytic and advanced architectures and technologies for software development and testing.
SOURCE: Computer Research Institute of Montreal (CRIM)
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