Rich May Client Valsoft Named #1 on Canada’s Enterprise Fast 15 List Figure

November 19, 2021  |  Firm News

Rich May Client Valsoft Named #1 on Canada’s Enterprise Fast 15 List

By: Scott A. Stokes

Rich May congratulates its client Valsoft for being ranked number 1 on Canada’s Enterprise Fast 15 winners list, an awards category in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 program, which recognizes the fastest-growing enterprise-level technology, media, and telecommunications companies. In addition, Valsoft ranked 189 on the 2021 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 list, recognizing the fastest growing tech companies in North America.

Unlike private equity and venture capital firms, which made up a sizable percentage of the winners’ list, Valsoft looks to buy companies and hold them permanently. Using benchmarks from the 50-plus companies in its network, Valsoft provides coaching, formal management training, capital allocation, and other programs to generate organic growth and improve earnings.

Valsoft CEO Sam Youssef credits the employees saying, “It is the people who are ultimately the heart of our organization. Their passion and entrepreneurial spirit are what makes us successful, and the Enterprise 15 award demonstrates that once again.”

Earlier this year, Valsoft received recognition from The Globe and Mail as one of Canada’s Top Growing Companies, as well as being voted on by employees as one of the Best Workplaces in Quebec via the Great Place to Work program.

 For more information on Valsoft as well as Deloitte Technology Fast 50 program click here.

About Valsoft Corporation Valsoft Corporation acquires and develops vertical market software companies through which each business can deliver the best mission-critical solutions for customers in their respective industry or niche. A key tenet of Valsoft’s philosophy is to invest in well-established businesses and foster an entrepreneurial environment that molds companies into leaders in their respective industries. Unlike private equity and venture capital firms, Valsoft does not have a pre-defined investment horizon and looks to buy, hold and create value through long-term partnerships with existing management.