We are a global leader in technology

with a passion to revolutionize the world of work. We’re off to a good start.

Janice LaGiorgia - Product & UX Content Strategist


Because a new technological era is revolutionizing the world of work and forcing us to rethink the role of humans in our organizations.

Because we help companies adapt to this new technological era by positioning human beings at the center of their priorities.

Because the future of work is human.

Innovation Rocket


  1. By developing new technological tools that are both powerful and innovative
  2. By encouraging experimentation and ideas that spark debate
  3. By testing our ideas in-house first
  4. By sharing our new approaches and joining in conversations on the things we care most about

Our brands

Our brands travel more than we do

Imagined and developed in Montreal, they can now be found in more than 100 countries.


Officevibe is a web platform that helps managers become better leaders.


ShareGate helps businesses benefit from the full potential of the cloud — safely, simply and intelligently.

Simon De Baene - Co-founder
A word from the CEO

We are self-sufficient,

free, autonomous, self-financed, healthy.

Because we’re our own bosses and we plan to stay that way, the best is yet to come.

Our prizes
Canada's top small & medium employers
Logo Profit 500 - Canada's fastest-growing companies
Logo Fast 50 - Technology fast 50 CANADA Deloitte.
Logo Growth 500 - Canada's fastest-growing companies
Logo Fast 500 - Technology fast 500 CANADA Deloitte.

Our story

The best is yet to come, but our past doesn’t exactly suck, either:

Simon De Baene from St-Lazare, Guillaume Roy from Quebec City and Sébastien Leduc from Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot launched GSoft in Montreal's Côte-des-Neiges borough in 2006.

  • Founding
  • ShareGate V1 Fail
  • GSoft international
  • Officevibe
  • Best managed company + Fast 50 awards
  • CultureFest
  • From services to products
  • GLab
  • Officevibe Freemium
  • ShareGate multi-products
  • New offices