Inteloom approved for additional Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP) funding from the National Research Council

Contact Information: Colin Greer

(Gatineau, QC) - Inteloom Incorporated, a project management company focused on bringing Object Oriented Management to market, today announced an increase in funding from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP) to support the ongoing development of the GOOMTool, Inteloom’s proprietary project management tool.

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“We are honored by the continued support from the NRC to accelerate the development of our GOOMTool, which we believe will relieve many of the pains associated with traditional management methods,” said Colin Greer, Deputy Chief Executive of Inteloom.

The contribution represents the second round of funding that Inteloom has received from IRAP since 2016. The additional funding will help the company to complete a minimum viable product version of the GOOMTool, which will allow users to manage their projects according to object-oriented principles. Inteloom anticipates a launch date of March 2019 for their GOOMTool product.

About Inteloom

Inteloom is a fast-growing project management firm that applies GOOM® (Gestion orientée objet®/Object Oriented Management®) to modeling businesses and delivering projects. Our object-based approach dispels the myth that your project has to juggle between cost, time and quality.

Our Mission is to provide an alternative to the dated and inefficient traditional management approaches and an improved way of thinking for our clients, encouraging them to increase efficiency and pursue excellence.

About GOOMTool

In 2019, Inteloom will introduce an intuitive, real-time project management tool. The highly-customizable GOOMTool will allow users to model their projects using Object Oriented Management, relieving the pains brought by traditional management methods.

Some Key features of the GOOMTool include:

  • Real-time tracking and metrics

  • Centralized communication

  • A structured view of your project and its state

  • Flexible permission control at the object level

  • Highly-customizable interface and more

About NRC IRAP

The NRC Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC IRAP) provides financial support to qualified small and medium-sized enterprises in Canada to help them undertake technology innovation.

In order to be considered for possible NRC IRAP funding, the basic eligibility criteria are:

  • be a small and medium-sized enterprise in Canada, incorporated and profit-oriented;

  • have 500 or fewer full-time equivalent employees; and

  • have the objective to grow and generate profits through the development and commercialization of innovative, technology-driven new or improved products, services, or processes in Canada.

Both the firm and the project are assessed by NRC IRAP. Specifically, the due diligence process assesses:

  • the business and management capabilities of the firm and the company's potential to achieve the expected results and outcomes associated with the proposed project;

  • the financial capabilities of the firm and its plan to commercialize the developed technologies; and

  • the technical aspects of the project and its potential impact on the firm.

Colin Greer