QCNA sponsor wins prestigious business excellence award
Montreal, June 21, 2012 – The West Island of Montreal Chamber of Commerce (WIMCC) presented its Accolades 2012 awards last week awarding QCNA sponsor Digital Locksmiths as an innovator in the Small Business Under Five Employees category.
“When you’re constantly heads down trying to make things “GO” as they say, it’s easy to forget the contributions or successes you’re actually making in other peoples’ lives or companies,” said Terry Cutler, the Chief Technology Officer of Digital Locksmiths, a Montreal based leader in the holistic application of security services for government, private sector, and healthcare clients.
The annual WIMCC award is given to a company of five employees or less demonstrating a significant progress in revenue growth, job creations, realized investments, market share, new product, and innovative marketing.
“These little success clues all add up, and when you suddenly get chosen to be a finalist and a winner, you really sit back in awe and reflect on your progress,” said Cutler.
Digital Locksmiths joined the QCNA list of sponsors in May of 2012, providing technical and financial support at various events. As a consultant, Digital Locksmiths has proven invaluable in its service to QCNA members, offering technological advice and insight into everyday system security concerns.
For more information contact Terry Cutler at email@example.com
About Digital Locksmiths Digital Locksmiths is headquartered in Montréal, Canada and provides security services in North America and emerging markets worldwide. The team works with government and private sector companies, especially those in health care, to aid in the implementation of state-of-the-art security technologies to combat risks to integrity, trustworthiness, and availability of critical data and systems. As a leader in security services, we believe strongly that safeguarding these entities adds another level of resilience to digital networks and information gathering systems, and is in keeping with our holistic approach to information security. Visit us at http://www.digitallocksmiths.ca
About Quebec Community Newspapers Association
The Quebec Community Newspapers Association (QCNA) is as unique as the members it serves. Our English and bilingual publications distribute weekly, monthly, biweekly and daily to some 700,000 readers across the province. These publications serve an exclusive English and bilingual readership in their communities through their focus on relevant local news and high editorial-to-advertising ratio. Our member publications cover communities that are often hard to reach. Whether ethnic, religious, senior, agricultural, educational, aboriginal or official language minority, our publications effectively provide non-duplicating coverage in both rural and urban markets throughout Quebec.
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