We’re excited to share that PDFTron was announced the winner of the 2019 Deal of the Year Award by the Association for Corporate Growth BC.
Each Fall, the ACG BC celebrates successful transactions in the M&A middle market in BC at its annual awards event. The Deal of the Year Award is a special category, created to celebrate a leading British Columbian sell-side transaction valued over CAD$20 million. Award recipients include the CEO and BC professional firms and individuals involved in ensuring an exceptional outcome, defined as a creative deal with potential for a substantial ROI and wider business impact.
This year, the ACG BC has chosen to recognize our executive team, co-founders Catherine Andersz (CEO) and Ivan Nincic (CTO) as well as Deloitte and Fasken for their roles in negotiating a USD$71 million growth investment led by Boston-based equity firm Silversmith Capital earlier this year.
We’re honored to receive this award, which will be presented at the ACG BC’s Dealmakers of the Year Gala & Awards, held October 30th at the Fairmont Waterfront Vancouver hotel.
Headquartered in Vancouver, BC, PDFTron is a premier global provider of high-performance document processing technology serving hundreds of customers across a broad spectrum of industries. PDFTron’s industry-leading SDK drives digital transformation and powers next generation software applications with dynamic document viewing, annotation, processing, and conversion capabilities, as well as advanced features such as document understanding, data extraction, and redaction. PDFTron SDK supports all major platforms and dozens of unique file types, including PDF, MS Office, and CAD formats. For more information, visit www.pdftron.com. For more information on XODO, visit www.xodo.com.
The Association for Corporate Growth British Columbia is the premier association in British Columbia for middle-market deal making professionals: private capital providers, M&A advisors, corporate executives, accountants, attorneys and other related service providers.
Founded in 1954, the Association for Corporate Growth has chapters worldwide representing 14,500 members. ACG serves 90,000 investors, executives, lenders and advisers to growing middle-market companies. ACG's mission is to drive middle-market growth. www.acg.org/bc