ESI Technologies launches its new brand image

Montréal, Québec, January 17, 2018 – ESI Information Technologies today announced the launch of its new brand image, the result of a collective reflection on the evolution of the company and the new challenges facing organizations. The market disruption caused by digital transformation is forcing companies to modernize their IT to remain competitive.

ESI’s new brand is designed to better present its understanding of business issues: managing the data explosion, the IT challenge of meeting users’ agility needs, and the emergence of new non-traditional competitors in order to offer its customers ideas on how to cope with them and take advantage of this transformation, through proven and scalable technology solutions that maximize investment.

ESI has always helped to meet the challenges and business needs of its customers. We wanted our brand image to reflect our understanding of the issues facing our customers and especially to show how we can support them in their change initiatives.” said Patrick Naoum, Executive Vice President, Strategy, Alliances & Client Solutions from ESI Technologies. “Changes in technologies and consumer habits force businesses to transform digitally as quickly as possible! In this chaos, we can help companies navigate through this new reality by sharing our experience, our passion and our know-how.”

About ESI Information Technologies

ESI Technologies has been helping Canadian companies to accelerate their business since 1994 by connecting the critical areas of data transformation into knowledge. ESI’s mission is to provide solutions from the leading manufacturers in the industry to manage, protect and transform the data generated by business activities. ESI offers state-of-the-art technological expertise and a deep understanding of business challenges in order to gain real added value from data volumes, making it a tangible competitive advantage in an constantly evolving market. ESI has its head office in Montreal, and business locations in Quebec City and Toronto.