The SQI chooses Aïdi to manage $ 1.2 billion of projects annually
It's what you call a perfect match
17 Feb 2021
From the construction of the 48 seniors' houses to the renovation of the Royal-Victoria Hospital, including the maintenance of its 368 owned buildings and infrastructures, all projects led by the Société québécoise des infrastructures (SQI) will now be managed in a single platform: Aïdi.
Following a rigorous and very competitive call for tenders process launched in early 2020 by the SQI, it is finally Aïdi, a software developed in Quebec by the firm Osedea, has emerge as the clear winner in this exceptional case.
The stakes are high: annually, more than $ 1.2 billion and more than 1,000 projects involving thousands of internal and external users will be managed in Aïdi.
Aïdi has already proven its worth with many public and private owners in managing projects of all sizes and types. It is therefore the combined experience and expertise of the SQI, a proud leader in project management in Quebec, and Osedea that will allow us to reach new heights in project management and become a Canadian benchmark global.
“SQI and Aïdi have cutting-edge expertise in this very specific area: the management of construction projects from the client's point of view. It's the perfect duo. We are really proud of this collaboration moving forward. » Marc Parenteau, co-founder of Aïdi
“The province of Quebec is the winner, directly and indirectly: better practices in project management, a tool for monitoring public funds, and a supplier that continues to grow with a positive impact for the society » Martin Coulombe, President of Osedea
About Aïdi and Osedea
Osedea is a custom software development firm located in Montreal. Its innovative practices and corporate culture place Osedea as a market leader in technology. It has developed Aïdi, a construction project management platform specifically designed for public and private owners, now established in the largest organizations across Quebec and Canada. The purpose of Aïdi is to make construction projects predictable and to give back the power of data to project owners.