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Objectif Lune Announces Move, Earns Awards

Thursday, October 02, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

October 1, 2003 -- Objectif Lune, a Montreal based international technology company has recently moved its head office from Bates Street in Town of Mount Royal to a 16,000 square foot location on Pie-IX Street in Montreal East. The purpose of this move was to accommodate the company's recent growth. In the past five years, the company has grown from a handful of employees to a team of nearly 50 in Montreal alone, with some 75 employees worldwide. Now in its tenth year of operation, Objectif Lune is ready for continued expansion. When asked how he felt about reaching the 10-year mark, Didier Gombert, CEO of Objectif Lune replied, " It's exciting to look back and see how far we have come and how much we have accomplished over the past decade, but it's even more exciting to think about the goals and challenges that lie ahead." The company credits its growth to the success and widespread acceptance of its flagship product PlanetPress and the tremendous ROI generated for companies that are using laser printers and are looking to reduce their printing costs. Awards On September 4, 2003 Objectif Lune was named the winner of the National Bank's SME awards in the categories of Small & Medium size Enterprises (SME) and Export SME. The National Bank presents these awards to show recognition to its business clients that have made their mark through outstanding entrepreneurship in their region or province. In order to qualify for the National Bank SME award, a company must be a client of the National Bank, have their principal place of business in Quebec, be in business for over three years, and gross between $3 to $25 million dollars in sales. For the Export SME award similar rules apply with the exception that a business must export 0 to $25 million of their gross sales. Contestants are selected based on their competence in terms of their ability to meet challenges, their dynamic approach in their innovations and achievements, and their human resource management in terms of working conditions, and incentive measures. Objectif Lune attributes their excellence to their increased ability to compete worldwide, strong leadership and the continual commitment of their employees. "We are proud to be recognized with such an award", said Didier Gombert CEO of Objectif Lune. "We are on a continuous path of growth and improvement and to be recognized along the way allows us to substantiate the positive impact that our products have on its users and their daily business activities." "Objectif Lune, Inc., is a dynamic and innovative company with a unique style that is reflected in their products and services as well as their financial results. We wish them all the best at the provincial level of the competition, where they will compete with other companies that will form the future building blocks of Quebec and it's regional prosperity," stated National Bank's Michel Gendron, Vice-President -Commercial Banking, National Bank Tower.

 

 

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