October 23, 2021

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Quebec has invested in healthcare technologies

Quebec has invested in healthcare technologies

The Quebec government and the Investment Government jointly with Quebec on Wednesday injected $ 46.4 million into a software company specializing in healthcare.

Alyacare, based in Montreal, is modernizing home care by providing a complete cloud platform. The platform uses artificial intelligence to automate the tasks of business managers and to create models present according to certain trends. Its technology enables companies and beneficiaries to better adapt to customer needs.

Minister DL Economy at DL Innovation through the Quebec Business Growth Fund (FCEQ) .3 22.3 million. Investment Quebec has provided $ 24.1 million of its own funds to help grow Alaycare.

“The technology solution developed by Alaycare enables effective home care. Our government is supporting the project, which will consolidate the company’s headquarters in Montreal and bring significant financial benefits to Quebec, ”said Eric Girard, Minister of Finance and Minister of Finance and Innovation.

Founded in 2014, Alyacare has about 500 employees, 130 of whom work in Quebec. The solutions offered by the company are available in Canada, Australia and the United States.

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