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CGI in Canada
Canadian roots, global reach
Founded in Canada in 1976, CGI has evolved into the country’s largest IT services provider, serving as a long-term, committed partner to clients in Canada and in more than 40 countries around the world. With more than 10,000 professionals across Canada, we work where our clients do business, providing local responsiveness and accountability that ensure the highest level of service and support.This local presence is backed by the global capabilities of 65,000 professionals, providing the scale and global delivery expertise to support the delivery needs and requirements of our clients.
Major brands across Canada consistently turn to CGI to manage broad, transformative initiatives. We deliver end-to-end services and solutions combined with deep industry experience, and have a long track record of achieving the results our clients expect.
CGI is committed not only to delivering superior client service but also to continuously developing the communities in which we live and work. We’re proud of our Canadian roots and our long-term track record of working closely with our Canadian clients and communities to drive their growth and success.
Experience and expertise
- CGI is the #1 Canadian IT professional services company according to Branham Group Inc.
- 20 out of 25 of Canada’s largest companies have chosen CGI as their partner of choice
- 95 federal departments, agencies, and crown corporations and most of Canada’s provinces partner with CGI
August 25, 2016California Franchise Tax Board Revenue reaches $2.6 billion through ongoing modernization led by CGI
August 23, 2016Alberta Human Services chooses CGI as sole provider for application management services delivery
August 22, 2016CGI CONNECT open source software solution certified for use on eHealth Exchange
Selected media articles
June 2016 – CGI joined Smart cities mission to Europe organized by the Canadian newspaper Les Affaires. Read the articles: