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Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
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Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
Techno montreìal   ict profile 2013- english
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  • 1. THE INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES CLUSTER OF GREATER MONTREAL
  • 2. Table of Contents Section 1 Profile of the Greater Montreal ICT Industry……… p.3 Section 2 Presenting TechnoMontréal …………………………. p.25 2
  • 3. 3 Profile of Greater Montreal ICTs A collaboration of TechnoMontréal and Montréal International [updated January 15, 2014]
  • 4. ICT Profile ICT Employment 4 *according to the Ministry of Finance and the Economy’s new definition, integrating 11 NAICS codes  92,377 jobs in the metro region,* more than 8% of Greater Montreal jobs  73% of ICT jobs in the province of Quebec 0 20000 40000 60000 80000 100000 120000 140000 2010 2011 2012 Montréal reste du Qc
  • 5. ICT Profile ICT JOB GROWTH (%) TOP 20 OF THE LARGEST METROPOLITAN REGIONS OF NORTH AMERICA, 2008-2012 5  Despite the global economic downturn in recent years, Greater Montreal ranks third among the 20 largest North American metro regions in ICT job growth. SanFrancisco;14,3% Seattle;3,0% Montréal;2,5% Atlanta;2,4% Phoenix;0,8% Washington;-0,9% WashingtonDC Dallas;-3,0% NewYork;-3,1% Toronto;-3,5% Philadelphia;-4,0% Riverside;-5,6% Chicago;-5,8% Houston;-5,9% St.Louis;-6,8% Miami;-7,7% Minneapolis;-7,8% Detroit;-8,7% LosAngeles;-10,6% SanDiego;-15,2%
  • 6. ICT Profile ICT Job Distribution 6  IT services represent half of ICT jobs and more than 75% of ICT companies in the region. This subsector includes software developers, computer services and multimedia. It is one of the most stable and promising sectors of the industry. ICT jobs in Greater Montreal by subsector, 2012 6% 53% 33% 8% ICT jobs in Greater Montreal by subsector, 2012 ICT companies in Greater Montreal by subsector, 2012 6% 53% 33% 8% Manufacturing IT services Telecom services Wholesalers and repairers
  • 7. ICT Profile Real GDP of ICTs Real GDP of ICTs ($B of 2007), province of Quebec and Greater Montreal, 2002-2012 7  The Greater Montreal ICT sector’s GDP has seen a growth of over 25% since 2002 to reach close to $10B in 2012, making it over 70% of the GDP of ICTs in all of Quebec. 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 2002e 2003e 2004e 2005e 2006e 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Province of Quebec Greater Montreal (estimate)
  • 8. ICT Profile GDP Growth Index for Greater Montreal ICT sector versus the overall economy, 2002-2012 8  The ICT industry is the economic growth engine of the Montreal region: its GDP has grown twice as fast as the overall economy in the last 10 years! 100 105 110 115 120 125 130 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Overall economy ICT sector
  • 9. Operating Revenues by ICT Subsector ($B) Greater Montreal, 2006-2011 ICT Profile 9  Operating revenues for ICT companies rose by more than 20% since 2006, exceeding $21B in 2011. 16,0 % 11,4 % 8,6 % 5,8 % 6,7 % 5,8 % 23,0 % 27,5 % 29,7 % 30,1 % 30,8 % 30,8 % 37,8 % 37,9 % 36,8 % 40,1 % 40,1 % 41,6 % 21,8 % 23,5 % 25,4 % 24,5 % 21,7 % 20,7 % - 5 10 15 20 25 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Wholesalers and repairers Telecom services IT services Manufacturing
  • 10. ICT Profile Industrial R&D Spending ($M) Greater Montreal ICT sector, 1997-2010 10  In 2010, close to 85% of industrial R&D spending for ICT in Quebec occurred in the Greater Montreal region. This represents approximately $750M, close to double the level reached in 1997. 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900
  • 11. ICT Profile Funds Allocated to University Research ($B) Top 5 metropolitan regions of Canada, 2005-2010 11  Greater Montreal tops the list in terms of funds dedicated to university research, pulling significantly ahead of the other large Canadian metropolitan regions. Since 2005, the total funds allocated to university research has surpassed $6B. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Montréal Toronto Vancouver Ottawa Calgary
  • 12. ICT Profile Total Operating Costs of an ICT Company* Top 20 largest North American metropolitan regions, 2013 12  According to KPMG (2013), Greater Montreal ranks 1st among the largest North American metropolitan regions in terms of total operating costs in ICT. The parameters used account for workforce, energy and office space. 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 * Average of five subsectors (Montreal = 100)
  • 13. ICT Profile Cost-Benefit (%) of Greater Montreal Compared to the average of the 19 other largest North American metropolitan regions, 2013 13 Companies whose main activities are web content creation, electronic systems testing, software development, telecom equipment and component assembly have the most pronounced cost-benefit in Greater Montreal compared to the average of the 19 other North American metropolitan regions. Source: KPMG, 2013 (Exchange rate: CAN$1 = US$0.9805) 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% Component assembly Telecom equipment Software development Electronic systems testing Web content creation
  • 14. ICT Profile Index of Total Taxation for Companies in the Digital Sector* Top 20 largest North American metropolitan regions, 2012 14  According to KPMG (2012), Greater Montreal companies that work in the digital sector can benefit from taxes that are up to four times less than the average of North American metropolitan areas, ranking the region 2nd in North America. * Average of US metropolitan regions = 100 0 20 40 60 80 100 120
  • 15. ICT Profile Index of Total Taxation for Companies in R&D* Top 20 largest North American metropolitan regions, 2012 15  Greater Montreal has one of the world’s most competitive tax loads. Companies in the region specializing in R&D can benefit from taxes up to fives times less than the average of North American metropolitan areas, ranking the region 1st in North America. * Average of US metropolitan regions = 100 0 20 40 60 80 100 120
  • 16. ICT Profile Subsidiaries of foreign ICT companies, by employment, Greater Montreal Top 20 largest North American metropolitan regions, 2012 16 Source : Montréal International et TechnoMontréal Company Employment Activities Country of Origin Ubisoft 2,000-2,999 Video game development and publishing France Ericsson Canada 1,000-1,999 Telephone and wireless telecommunications services Sweden Esterline CMC Electronics 1,000-1,999 ICT manufacturer for the aerospace and defense markets United States IBM Canada 1,000-1,999 IT services United States Fujitsu Canada 500-749 IT services Japan Morgan Stanley Canada 500-749 Software for the financial sector United States Eidos (Square Enix) 500-749 Video game development and publishing Japan CSC 500-749 IT services United States SAP Labs Canada 250-499 Software for improving company management Germany Epicor Software 250-499 IT services United States Warner Bros. Games 250-499 Video game development and publishing United States Gameloft 250-499 Video game development and publishing France Accenture 250-499 IT services Ireland Autodesk 250-499 2D and 3D modelling software United States Insight Canada 250-499 Distributor of computer products and software United States Nuance Communications 250-499 Software for digital imaging solutions and speech recognition United States PC Mall Canada 250-499 Distributor of computer products and software United States Dassault Systèmes Canada 250-499 3D software for various sectors France Tyco Electronics Canada 250-499 Manufacturer of fibre optics and electronic components Switzerland Xerox Canada 250-499 Distributor of office, printing and graphic arts products United States VMC Game Labs 250-499 Postproduction services for the video game industry United States ADP 250-499 Telecommunications services – hosting and data processing United States Tata Communications 250-499 Cable telecommunication services, specialized in emerging markets India Alstom 250-499 ICT manufacturer for the transportation sector France Covidien 250-499 ICT manufacturer for the medical sector United States Nokia 250-499 ICT manufacturer for the telecommunications sector Finland
  • 17. ICT Profile Top 10 ICT companies investing the most in R&D in Canada, with a presence in Greater Montreal, 2011 17 Source: RE$EARCH Infosource, “Canada’s Top 100 Corporate R&D Spenders 2012” Company Name R&D Spending in Canada (in $M) Intensity of R&D (% of revenue) Industries Rank in Canada BCE 569.1 2.9 Telecommunications services 3 IBM Canada 500 N/D Software and IT services 5 Ericsson Canada 323 30.6 Telecommunications equipment 8 Alcatel-Lucent 237 N/D Telecommunications equipment 10 TELUS 183 1.8 Telecommunications services 12 Open Text 144.4 14.1 Software and IT services 16 CAE 117 7.2 Software – aerospace sector 19 Rogers Communications 109 0.9 Telecommunications services 21 Groupe CGI 86 2.0 Software and IT services 29 PMC Sierra 85 63.7 Manufacturing – semiconductors 30
  • 18. ICT Profile Ranking of companies in IT services, by employment, Greater Montreal 2013 18 Source: Montréal International and TechnoMontréal Company Employment Country of Origin CGI 7,000 + Canada IBM 1,000-1,999 United States ACCEO Solutions 750-999 Canada Fujitsu 500-749 Japan CSC 500-749 United States Groupe Conseil OSI 500-749 Canada Accenture 250-499 Ireland Cofomo 250-499 Canada Epicor Software 250-499 United States Iron Mountain 250-499 United States Telus Santé 250-499 Canada
  • 19. ICT Profile Ranking of video game companies, by employment, Greater Montreal 2013 19 Source: Montréal International and TechnoMontréal Company Employment Activities Country of Origin Ubisoft 2,000-2,999 Video game development and publishing France Eidos (Square Enix) 500-749 Video game development and publishing Japan Behaviour 250-499 Video game development and publishing Canada Warner Bros. Games 250-499 Video game development and publishing United States Gameloft 250-499 Video game development and publishing France VMC Game Labs 250-499 Postproduction services for the video game industry United States Funcom 100-249 Video game development and publishing Norway Ludia 100-249 Video game development and publishing UK Electronic Arts 100-249 Video game development and publishing United States Babel Media 100-249 Postproduction services for the video game industry UK SAVA Transmédia 100-249 Video game development and publishing Canada
  • 20. ICT Profile Ranking of multimedia companies (excluding video games), by employment, Greater Montreal 2013 20 Source: Montréal International and TechnoMontréal Company Employment Activities Country of Origin Pages Jaunes 1,000-1,999 Multimedia publications Canada Canoë 250-499 Multimedia publications Canada Sid Lee 250-499 Interactive marketing services Canada Beyond the Rack 100-249 E-commerce Canada Ciné Groupe Toontek 100-249 Animation studio Canada Nurun 100-249 Digital services Canada Framestore 100-249 Animation and visual effects studio UK Google 50-99 Search portal United States Sono Vidéo 50-99 Multimedia solutions Canada Tonik Groupimage 50-99 Digital services Canada Toutenkartoon 50-99 Digital services France Vortex Solution 50-99 Web solutions Canada
  • 21. ICT Profile Ranking of telecommunications companies, by employment, Greater Montreal 2013 21 Source: Montréal International and TechnoMontréal Company Employment Activities Country of Origin Bell 5,000 + Telephone, wireless telecommunications, high speed internet and digital television services Canada Telus 3,000-4,999 Telephone, wireless telecommunications, internet and digital television services Canada Vidéotron 3,000-4,999 Telephone, wireless telecommunications, high speed internet and digital television services, and multimedia development Canada Cogeco 1,000-1,999 Telephone, high speed internet and digital television services Canada Ericsson Canada 1,000-1,999 Telephone and wireless telecommunications services Sweden ADP 250-499 Hosting and data processing United States Allstream 250-499 Telecommunications services based on IP technology, only for businesses Canada Rogers Communications 250-499 Telephone, wireless telecommunications and high speed internet services Canada Shaw Direct 250-499 Digital television services Canada Tata Communications 250-499 Cable telecommunications services, specialized in emerging markets India
  • 22. ICT Profile Ranking of ICT wholesalers and repairers, by employment, Greater Montreal 2013 22 Source: Montréal International and TechnoMontréal Company Employment Activities Country of Origin Future Electronics 1,000-1,999 Distributor of semiconductors and passive, interconnect and electromechanical components Canada Insight Canada 250-499 Distributor of IT products and software United States PC Mall Canada 250-499 Distributor of IT products and software United States Xerox 250-499 Distributor of office, printing and graphic arts products United States Canon 100-249 Distributor of cameras and optical equipment Japan Hartco 100-249 Distributor of IT products, services and solutions Canada
  • 23. In summary… ICTs are a pillar of the Montreal economy In the last ten years, ICTs have seen a GDP growth twice as fast as the overall economy 92,377 jobs in the metro region (73% of Quebec) Ranked 3rd in North America for ICT job growth A GDP of $10B in 2012, more than 70% the GDP of Quebec ICTs Operating revenues for ICT companies is in constant growth ($21B in 2011) 23
  • 24. Montreal is the capital of ICT innovation 85% of spending in industrial R&D for ICT in Quebec occurred in Greater Montreal Ranked first in Canada, in terms of funds dedicated to university research Montreal’s competitive advantages help it become the digital capital of the world Ranked first in North America in terms of operating costs Ranked 2nd in terms of taxation for ICT companies Ranked 1st in terms of taxation for R&D companies 24 In summary…
  • 25. 25 Presenting TechnoMontréal The Information and Communications Technologies Cluster of Greater Montreal
  • 26. TechnoMontréal Mission TechnoMontréal is the Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) Cluster of Greater Montreal. Founded in 2007, this non-profit organization brings together and supports players in the ICT sector around common goals. Through concerted actions, the Cluster aims to accelerate and optimize the competitiveness, growth and reach of this industry that provides 92,000 jobs in the metropolitan region. TechnoMontréal assembles actors within the private, institutional and public sectors. Together, they significantly contribute to the economic and social vitality of the Montreal region, as well as to the development of creativity and state-of-the-art technologies. 26
  • 27. TechnoMontréal Partners TechnoMontréal is proud to be able to count on partners recognized for their implication in developing the ICT industry of Greater Montreal. The financial support of TechnoMontréal’s partners, from the public, private and institutional sectors, greatly contribute to the success of the Cluster and to its influence on the local and international levels. 27
  • 28. TechnoMontréal TechnoMontréal’s Four Major Working Groups Innovation Working Group: aims to encourage innovation in Greater Montreal through the implementation of key projects, like Montreal Digital Metropolis (MDM) whose goal is to propel the metro region into the ranks of smart cities. Talent Working Group: aims to respond to the needs of the industry’s workforce and to rectify the disparity between job supply and demand. International Visibility Working Group: aims to ensure the international influence of the industry through the development of business corridors with local and international players. Industry Development Working Group: aims to support and encourage the growth of all industry players. 28
  • 29. TechnoMontréal TechnoMontréal’s ICT Partners Roundtable The implementation of the ICT Partners Roundtable stems from the need to coordinate the community milieu, a major player within a very fragmented industry. Since 2012, the Roundtable’s work has facilitated various projects like standardizing statistical information, coordinating messages delivered by the industry regarding public consultations and developing joint communications projects. 29
  • 30. TechnoMontréal Members of TechnoMontréal’s Board of Directors (2013-2014) 30 Sabin Boily ÉTS Pierre Boucher ERICSSON Michel Boutin INFIDEM Michel. O Côté CGI Stéphane Couture BELL Nicolas Darveau-Garneau GOOGLE Martin Buteau U. de Sherbrooke Philippe Turp UBISOFT Mélanie Dunn Cossette Digital Robert Desbiens R3D CONSEILS Marc Dubé IBM Didier Gombert OBJECTIF LUNE Diane Hastie MFE Jean-Claude Ouellet CISCO Diane L’Écuyer INDUSTRIE CANADA Alain Lavoie IROSOFT Gilles Létourneau ACCEO Louis Veilleux SOLOGLOBE Jean-Sébastien Cournoyer Real Venture Jean-François Nadeau MC GILL Daniel Blanche CRIM Yves Pelletier ALITHYA André Petitclerc IQ Hossein Samimi E-TRONICS Gilles Savard POLYTECHNIQUE Jacques St-Laurent MONTRÉAL INTERNATIONAL Rose-Marie Tasseroul MAMROT Roch Tremblay RCMM Pierre-Yves Martel Telus

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