Thanks to the expertise of its skilled personnel, to its specialised services and its
supports a broad spectrum of private and public organisations and companies in
many sectors: need identification, specialised employee training, choice of suppliers, contract
follow-up, integration of best practices, technological coaching, etc.
Expertise and neutrality
CRIM researchers combine their applied research in their niche of expertise with contracts
carried out for client companies and organisations of all sizes. Many researchers are known
nationally and internationally and have garnered prestigious prizes for the quality of their
Knowledge transfer is a main element of CRIM's activities. Knowledge transfer makes it possible,
among other things, to offer specialised training programs for companies and organisations that
develop or use IT. Meeting the needs of their clients' resources, these programs also foster the
relevant and effective use of new technologies.
Coaching for self-reliance
CRIM coaches private and public organisations on technology acquisition and adoption of best
practices to help them develop and exploit new technologies, thereby increasing their capabilities
and freedom of action.
Technological watch and planning
CRIM also offers a series of advance-planning events. These activities help decision makers to
better plan the development of their activities and resource allocation, thanks to a growing
understanding of the trends that are shaping the development of new IT technologies, project
management, data and systems security, IT human resources management, etc.