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Canadian growth track record | Quebec technos in the spotlight



Fifteen Quebec technology companies are among the winners of the 2022 edition of the annual Technology Fast 50 competition, organized by the consulting firm Deloitte Canada.

Created in 1998, this year’s competition marks a milestone which, according to Deloitte Canada, “marks 25 years of recognition for Canadian technology companies that have distinguished themselves through their innovation, leadership and growth”.

In the opinion of Anders McKenzie, Partner at Deloitte Canada and National Director of Technology Fast 50, the winning companies of the 2022 competition attest to “the prosperity of the Canadian technology sector”.

“Despite unpredictable economic and global conditions, technology companies across the country are seizing new business opportunities and responding to rapidly changing market demands,” said McKenzie.

Among the Quebec winners of the 2022 edition of the Technology Fast 50 competition, we note in 5e position in the main rankings the company Mistplay (loyalty program for mobile games), as well as the companies Dialogue Santé (17e) and AlayaCare (37e) in the telemedicine and healthcare management technologies sector.


Mistplay, a loyalty platform for mobile gamers, ranks 5e rank of the 2022 winners of the Technology Fast 50 competition organized by the consulting firm Deloitte Canada.

This main Technology Fast 50 list also includes Montreal’s Vention (25e rank), specializing in industrial automation software, as well as Wavo (27e), a music marketing software company, and LiveBarn (47e), specializing in the webcasting of sports activities.


Telemedicine technology company Dialogue Santé ranks 17e rank of winners of the 2022 edition of the Technology Fast 50 competition organized by the consulting firm Deloitte Canada.

In the Fast 15 category (growth companies in internet and media technologies), the first position goes to Hopper, which develops and operates a mobile travel booking platform. There is also the company Vosker, of Victoriaville, in 4e position for the growth of its business in the market for wireless surveillance cameras in remote locations.

In the category of “clean technology” companies with the strongest growth, the second position is occupied by Montreal-based Sollum Technologies, which specializes in electronic lighting devices for greenhouse cultivation, as well as PyroGenesis (7e), also from Montreal and specialized in very high temperature plasma technologies.

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