As 2021 comes to a close, I want to take a moment to thank you for your support and partnership. During the past year, the team at Elantis has continued to navigate the “new normal,” helping our customers with difficult migration projects, improving their internal communication and collaboration, and streamlining their processes.
While operating a business during a pandemic has some challenges, we have learned and grown so much together, as a result. Our core value to focus on people has guided our unprecedented growth in 2021. Not only did our team nearly double in size across both Edmonton and Vancouver branches, but we also recently announced that Elantis established a new U.S. business entity, which is a key step in Elantis’ long-term growth and market expansion strategy.
This year, we focused on doing the right thing by finding new ways to give back to the community. Together, the Elantis team raised over $10,000 for colon cancer awareness and prevention through Bumrun 2021. We also donated over $4,500 to support Indigenous communities, in recognition of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
On top of our investments in people and our community, we also continued our commitment to implement solutions that deliver results above and beyond our customers’ expectations. Elantis achieved Microsoft Gold Partner status, was a finalist in the 2021 Nintex partner awards, and one of our customers was a winner in the 2021 Nintex solution innovation awards. We continue to take our customers’ digital transformation to the next level by taking on more complex projects and expanding our practices.
It’s been an incredible year, and I’m so excited for what’s in store for us next year. Thank you for putting your trust in Elantis. I wish you a safe and happy holiday season.
CEO, Elantis Solutions Inc.
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