The Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATAAlliance) is pleased to announce that TELUS has become its newest corporate member. TELUS will now have seats on CATA Boards & Advisory Councils, such as National Advisory Leadership, Public Safety, Mobile Health Care, Women in Technology, and Shared Services.
“TELUS is a true Canadian flagship and a leading national telecommunications company in Canada, with $11.2 billion of annual revenue and 13.2 million customer connections. The company is also recognized as a leader in Canadian communities based on their philosophy of “give where we live” says CATA CEO, John Reid. “TELUS team members and retirees have contributed more than $300 million to charitable and not-for-profit organizations and volunteered 4.8 million hours of service to local communities since 2000. We are honoured that one of the world’s most innovative and socially responsible companies has turned to CATAAlliance to build relationships, find partners, collaborate with other companies and advocate for improvement to Canada’s business climate.”
“We applaud CATA’s focus on technology innovation across numerous sectors,” said Josh Blair, TELUS Chief Corporate Officer. “We are particularly looking forward to actively participating in the organization’s Mobile Health Advisory Board as we anticipate it will help us advance our work in the transformation of healthcare through communications technology, which has already made TELUS Health the largest healthcare technology partner in Canada. Healthcare technology is revolutionizing care in countries around the world, including Canada, enabling providers to deliver superior care more cost effectively while encouraging us all to shift our focus from the remediation to the prevention of disease.”
Reid concluded, “Our relationship and sharing of expertise creates an ideal synergy for helping advance Canada as a number one competitive innovation nation.”