Magnificient offices in a historic building located in Old Montreal. From 156 to 965 square feet (out of 3400) available to subrent for one or more subtenants. Ideal as a coworking space!
• Half of the main floor for up to 8 people (27′ x 16′) • 1 semi-open space for 2 to 5 people (19′ x 11′) • 1 medium-size closed office for 2 to 3 people (14′ x 12′) • 1 small closed office for 1 person (13′ x 12′) • Stone walls, exposed beams, 24′-high ceilings, 2 skylights and 6 windows giving plenty of light • Shower for active commuters • Security: alarm system and key-locked elevator • 500 m from Place-d’Armes subway station (5′ walking distance), 300 m from paid parkings and many Bixi stations nearby • Close to many good restaurants and 500 m from downtown • Common spaces: meeting room and fully-equipped kitchen (fridge and dishwasher) • Shared utilities: electricity, heating and A/C • We can also share our high-speed Internet and phone system (additional fees) • Ideal for a quiet IT or Web developer team!
Available as soon as the lockdown is lifted! Reserve now! Renting price: to be discussed according to your needs Lease: flexible, short or long term, with or without end notice period
Contact Benjamin at 514-765-3333 #322 or email@example.com for more information
We are proud of our clients’ achievements! Emergex successfully claimed the SR&ED tax credits for Mariner Endosurgery in the last few years, enabling them to stretch their investment dollars and accelerate their research and development efforts in the medical field.
Mariner Endosurgery Wins FDA Clearance for Ground-breaking Augmented Reality Surgical System LaparoGuard
Washington, DC, Dec. 13, 2018 (Globe Newswire) — Following months of review, the US Food and Drug Administration cleared Mariner Endosurgery’s LaparoGuard Augmented Surgical Navigation system for use in US operating rooms. Hospitals and surgical facilities will now be able to incorporate this game-changing surgical navigation system from Mariner, the Canadian medical device company innovating in advanced surgical visualization and laparoscopic instrumentation.
LaparoGuard is an augmented surgical navigation system that enables surgeons to annotate areas of 3D safety zones during minimally invasive procedures, to aid them in guiding their tools and to inform them in their surgical approach. Similar to the heads-up display of a fighter jet, LaparoGuard allows surgeons to annotate areas of risk, and then see 3D renderings of surgeon-defined safety zones as a real-time image overlay, without looking at a separate screen. This information is integrated into the operating room’s conventional visualization equipment and provides surgeons with additional spatial awareness information. In addition, LaparoGuard provides continuous tracking of multiple tools throughout a procedure for real-time location updates within the abdominal cavity.
LaparoGuard enables a surgeon to:
Annotate areas of risk intraoperatively and display surgeon-specific safe zones to enable optimal tool path and spatial awareness during laparoscopic cases.
Select a mix of audiovisual augmented reality on both primary and secondary surgical monitors, without the use of a conventional AR headset.
Intuitive real-time feedback systems to inform the surgical team without adding distraction or removing focus from the intended surgical site, while providing advanced visualization.
Integrate novel technology into existing clinical workflows and conventional laparoscopic tower equipment.
“LaparoGuard empowers surgeons with the latest in advanced visualization, augmented reality and spatial awareness tools for minimally invasive procedures,” explained Mitch Wilson, President of Mariner Endosurgery. “Our upcoming pipeline of surgical visualization and advanced laparoscopic instrumentation will further support LaparoGuard and our company thesis of putting the right innovation, at the right time, in surgeons’ hands. I am proud of our team’s efforts as we look forward to seeing LaparoGuard successfully deployed in operating rooms across the United States.”
Mariner Endosurgery Inc. is a Hamilton-based company that develops and commercializes innovative computer-assisted medical devices for future-facing laparoscopic surgeries. Their flagship product LaparoGuard is a novel soft-tissue surgical navigation platform that augments visualization and is designed to enhance the safety profile to assist surgeons in delivering a superior quality of care to their patients.
Emergex SR&ED Consultants is a consulting firm specialized in financing technology companies through claims of Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) and E‑Business (CDAE) tax credits, the Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP) grant and other government aids. For 20 years, Emergex has been helping its clients receive hundreds of millions of dollars in government tax credits and grants.
Our team of industry experts (PhD, MSc, BSc, MBA, PMP, engineers, computer scientists, accountants and tax experts) have mastered the specific technologies of each industry and the related legislation to support our clients from A to Z in the claim process.
Emergex is proud to contribute to Mariner Endosurgery’s continued success!
The « intranet.montrealinc.ca » project developed by Symetris was nominated for the award of the « Coup de cœur TI » from the public. Emergex congratulates its client for this nomination in the Octas contest.
Symetris implemented its project at the Montreal inc Foundation. The intranet is in the center of all actions of the Foundation, enjoying multiple features. All steps are managed within the same system: the application process for different kind of professionals, volunteer management, and all services offered to the winners (training, mentoring, events). This centralization of data allows a variety of reports listing all the activities of the organization.
Emergex is proud to highlight the performance of its client Gestisoft, an integrator of CRM solutions, for receiving the award for best « Business Solution – Packages », at the 29th edition of the Octas contest on May 28th. Gestisoft was rewarded for its project « Personal Customer Relationship Management » for the Musée de la civilisation de Québec using the Pivotal/CRM solution and integrated by the team of Pier Lemyre
Gestisoft, with the implementation of the Pivotal/CRM solution allows the Musée de la civilisation de Québec to enhance its global management by substituting around fifty databases and systems. This project helped the Museum to manage 30.000 contacts, mass mailings, unsubscriptions management, consents (in respect of the C-28 law), online profiles, resources managements (places, human, hardware) and a lot of functions!
Congratulations to Gestisoft and its team for this great success!
ConstructBuy.com developped by our client ECC Solutions was selected as best web solution at the 28th edition of the Octas which was held on May 24th. ConstructBuy.com is a social network for companies in the construction industry. This communication platform allows for the exchange and filling of information in real time between organizations involved in various renovation or construction projects.
Congratulations to Steve Piché and his entire team for this success!
We want to congratulate our client, Steeve Duchesne, CEO and founder of Axon Integration & Development, for his nomination as chairman of the board of directors of the Association Québécoise des Technologies.
It was yesterday that was revealed the list of finalists for the 2013 Octas, the competition for excellence in IT in Quebec. Two clients of Emergex are among the select group of finalists. They are Axon Intégration et Développement for its project “xTester – l’orchestrateur multiplateforme de tests automatisé” in the category “Business Solutions – Internal Development – 100 employees or less” and Taste Filter for its project “Intuitive Discovery” in the category “Innovation – 100 employees or less”. We are proud to be partner with quality companies and whose efforts are publicly rewarded. The winners will be announced at the annual Gala which will be held at the Palais des Congrès de Montréal on May 25th. We wish them good luck!