Dyadem Named Corporate IT Hero by the
Information Technology Association of Canada
June 28, 2010 10:07 AM Eastern Daylight Time
TORONTO--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Dyadem today announced that The Information Technology
Association of Canada (ITAC) has awarded it with the 2010 Corporate IT Hero Award. The Corporate IT Hero
Award recognizes a for-profit public or privately-owned business that can demonstrate the creative application of
information technology in improving the lives of Canadians. Dyadem was honored with this award for its Stature risk
management software, which helps companies manage and control risks to employee health and safety, the
environment, the community and to end user consumers.
"ITAC is very happy to recognize Dyadem, and its Stature software, as the winner of the 2010 IT Hero Award,"
said Bernard Courtois, President and CEO of ITAC. "This IT product clearly has the potential to not only save
Canadian companies time and money, but also to protect and improve the safety of their employees. We commend
Dyadem for a job well done."
Stature is a web-based software platform that helps companies manage the risks associated with operating
hazardous processes, and the quality issues associated with designing and manufacturing products. Stature allows
companies to manage and mitigate all of their various risks – to employees, equipment, the environment, the
community and others – on a centralized platform, creating a more efficient, visible and interconnected risk
management system. This results in improved safety, health and environmental compliance and the ability to produce
high quality products that protect consumer safety.
"It's an honor to receive this award and be recognized for improving the lives of Canadians, and our friends across
the globe," said Kevin North, President and CEO of Dyadem. "Our software is used by many leaders in their
respective industries, helping them more accurately capture risk trends, allowing them to implement preventive