G4S Canada expands in Quebec market
By Canadian SecurityNews Industry News
G4S Canada has announced a major expansion to operations in the province of Quebec. To better serve existing customers, and foster new client relationships, G4S is opening two new offices in the province.
In addition, G4S is expanding its Risk & Compliance Professional Services division in Quebec, now offering fully bilingual consultancy services.
“We’d really outgrown our previous location in Montreal,” said Martin Lemire, District Manager for Quebec. “Over the past 3 years, we’ve grown our business by 700%, through forming longstanding and productive partnerships with our clients. Our new offices in Montreal and Quebec City will not only allow us to continue to grow, but also to improve our already excellent service to our existing customers.”
“There are huge opportunities in Quebec for professional services,” added Terry Hoffman, Managing Director of the Risk & Compliance Division. “Our team of experts has decades of experience in delivering comprehensive security solutions, including business continuity and crisis management, security system needs analysis, security awareness programs, physical security risk management and assessment, forward intelligence gathering, and network and host vulnerability assessment. The ability to now work in both English and French allows us to bring significant value to current and future clients.”
As the leading provider of security solutions in the world, G4S is fully prepared to anticipate and meet the most stringent security requirements of our clients. With the challenges of today’s complex and evolving security environment in mind, we custom design our security solutions to meet and exceed our clients’ needs. Our programs are built to respond and adapt, and we specialize in providing clients with smart options, customer-focused solutions and industry-leading innovation.
“We are very excited to be deepening our relationships in Quebec,” said Tim Saunders, Senior Vice-President of Sales and Marketing. “Our service offerings have already been well-received in market, and the success we’ve already had is just the beginning. Quebec is one of the largest markets in the country, and the potential for growth is tremendous.”
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