Viavar becomes a participating investor in Spundge.
February 22nd, 2010
Open Text Corporation, the preeminent provider of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) capabilities, and Nstein Technologies. today announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement by which Open Text will acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Nstein through an Nstein shareholder-approved amalgamation with a subsidiary of Open Text under the Companies Act (Québec).
May 7th, 2007
Viavar becomes a participating investor in Nstein Technologies. Nstein has concluded a private placement of $1.9 million with a group of investors including members of the Board of Directors and the Company’s management team. More...
June 2nd, 2006
After buying the grey limestone mansion known as the Molson house in 2003, VIAVAR finally moves into their newly renovated headquarters in Montreal, Québec. This beautiful architectural heritage building was designed and built in 1905-1906 by the architect Robert Findlay.
September 19th, 2005 Viavar announced on Monday, September 19th an investment in Quazal Technology Inc., makers of the Net-Z and Rendez-Vous online multiplayer middleware technologies. Quazal has received an undisclosed sum of funding from Viavar Capital as well as from Collar Capital, La Caisse de Dépôt et de Placement du Québec and Fondaction CSN. The company will use the investments to accelerate product development and capitalize on increased demand in the multiplayer middleware market.
The André Courtemanche Fellowship in Bioinformatics is established in 2004 for outstanding graduate students in the Faculty of Science's School of Computer Science, who are pursuing their Doctorate or Master's degree in the field of Computer Science, and conducting research in bioinformatics.
The André Courtemanche Fellowship for excellance in Computer Science is established in 2003, for an outstanding graduate student who will be pursuing the first or second year of a Master's degree in Computer Science in the Faculty of Science. Awarded by the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Office upon the recommendation of the School of Computer Science on the basis of merit.