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Averna named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for fourth consecutive year

May 14, 2024
By Manufacturing AUTOMATION

Montreal-based Averna, a global test and quality solutions provider, has received the prestigious 2024 Canada’s Best Managed Companies award for its performance, its global business practices, and its sustained growth. The company is now a Gold Standard winner.

“I am immensely proud of our entire team for their efforts, making us a gold standard winner.” declared François Rainville, president and CEO of Averna. “The diversity of skills, customer approach, teamwork inclusion, determination and innovation anchored in Averna’s culture are undoubtedly the reason for our continued success. Now with our ongoing international growth, it is also our responsibility to ensure we apply the same methodology towards improving the environment worldwide. This is why we launched our ESG program in 2023. This award confirms we are moving in the right direction.”

Canada’s Best Managed Companies program awards excellence in private Canadian-owned companies with revenues of $50 million or greater. To attain the designation, companies are evaluated on their leadership in the areas of strategy, culture and commitment, capabilities, and innovation, governance and financial performance.

Applicants are evaluated by an independent panel of judges with representation from program sponsors and special guests.

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Averna shares in its press statement that it continues to pursue its objective of becoming a leader in the integration of test and quality engineering solutions. The company has over 575 employees in eight different countries.

“Best Managed is a prestigious award that recognizes the significant and ongoing contributions within Canada’s business landscape,” said Lorrie King, Partner, Deloitte Private, Global Best Managed Leader and Co-Leader, Canada’s Best Managed Companies program. “Companies such as Averna who attain this high standard of excellence demonstrate consistent adaptability, versatility, and strategic acuity. Year after year, they thrive in a competitive, rapidly changing market and should be proud of their growth.”


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