Notarius Ranks as One of L'actualité's Growth Leaders
Notarius is proud to announce that it has been named one of L’actualité‘s 2020 Growth Leaders. This list was established based on the statements submitted by Quebec companies registered for Canada’s Top Growing Companies, a partnership of The Globe and Mail and L’actualité. The ranking is based on companies revenue growth from 2016 to 2019.
“We are very proud to be a part of L’actualité‘s list of 2020 Growth Leaders. This achievement highlights the qualities and skills of our team, who provide high-quality work to satisfy our customers and ensure that we are within this ranking. “I would also like to thank our clients and partners for their trust over the years, we are proud to offer them innovative digital signature solutions that meet the highest industry standards.” said Claude Charpentier, President and CEO of Notarius.
The list of Growth Leaders highlights the success of Quebec entrepreneurs who generate innovations and jobs, and whose company growth is a source of richness for Quebec. Companies submitted their applications on a voluntary basis.
The complete list of award winners and the accompanying report can now be consulted online at lactualite.com/dossier/leaders-de-la-croissance-2020/ and will be published in the November issue of L’actualité, on newsstands on October 9.
Since 1976, L’actualité has been the leading French-language public affairs magazine in Canada. Winner of the Grand Prix du magazine at the 2020 Canadian Magazine Awards, L’actualité reaches 1.1 million readers per month on its electronic and print platforms. L’actualité is owned by Mishmash Media Inc.
A leading expert in electronic signatures, digital signatures, and long-term document reliability since 1998, Notarius is the only Canadian firm that issues trusted signatures recognized by Adobe and Microsoft and certified according to eIDAS standards (European digital identities). Notarius’ digital signature solutions are currently recognized and used by more than 41 professional associations across Canada, allowing thousands of professionals to sign and authenticate electronic documents with the same legal value as hand-signed paper documents.