ACCEO has announced that for the 5th consecutive year, ACCEO appears on the prestigious Branham300 list.

ACCEO ranked 63rd in the “Top 250 Canadian ICT Companies” category. This prestigious ranking recognizes the financial performance of Canadian companies in the Information and Communications Technologies sector.

ACCEO also ranked 18th in the top 25 Canadian Software Companies.
“ACCEO has made the renowned Branham300 list for several years now and we see this accomplishment as a reflection of our robust financial health”, says Catherine Allard, Executive Vice-President and CFO at ACCEO.

“Our ongoing drive for innovation, the quality of our products, and our client-oriented service are paying off, adds Gilles Létourneau, founder, President and CEO of ACCEO. The fact that we ranked 9th among Quebec companies is an additional source of pride.”

“I am again impressed by the performance of Canada’s technology community. The sector has set another revenue record, as measured by our Top 250 ranking of Canadian companies, and the younger companies that comprise our Top 25 Up and Comer list show great promise and will help build our innovation economy. The companies that comprise the Branham300 have a lot of reasons to be proud”, states for his part Wayne Gudbranson, CEO of Branham Group.


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