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Alimentation Couche-Tard and McGill University launch retail tech lab

In a joint effort to transform customer experience at a critical time for retailers, Alimentation Couche-Tard and McGill University have launched a retail innovation laboratory at McGill University’s Bensadoun School of Retail Management.

CGI awarded more than $24M in contracts from Canadian credit unions

CGI - one of Canada's oldest and largest IT services firm - announced today that it was awarded over $21 million CAD in contracts from credit unions in Canada.

CGI Federal VP says Obamacare site is working

The Web site for the United States Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s health insurance exchange, is still slow but “working” according to the...

Bell, CGI win federal email contract

The Canadian government's Email Transformation Initiative will replace 63 separate systems used across 43 departments with one system by March 2015

U.K.’s Logica goes to CGI for $2.6 billion

The deal for its larger competitor makes the Montreal company the sixth largest services firm in the world

McGill part of team to create tiny circuit

Canadian researchers are in a group that have built a circuit with two wires separated by the distance of 150 atoms. If practical, it could lead to smaller mobile devices

CGI scores $46 million for Ontario

The Montreal-based IT contractor was chosen by eHealth Ontario as part of a

Dear McGill University Health Centre …About your PHR

Michael Martineau, an eHealth consultant and commentator, and Michael Power, a Toronto-based lawyer and noted privacy expert, teamed to write this joint blog post....

Why Dell’s Perot deal doesn’t necessarily mean CGI’s next

Tomorrow morning at 8:35 a.m., in the Fairmount Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal, CGI president Michael Roach will take the stage at CIBC’s 8th...

CGI extends IT services deal with federal government

Find out why one competitor thinks the four-year, $78-million deal is the wrong move for the government. Plus, an analyst weighs in on the shift toward outcome-based service agreements

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