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AMS Management Systems Canada, Inc.
AMS Management Systems Canada, Inc., established in 1985, is a subsidiary of American Management Systems (AMS) Inc., a $1.2B US business and information technology consulting firm.
Headquartered in Ottawa, with offices in Montreal and Toronto, AMS Canada services municipal, federal and private sector clients. AMS attributes its success to its long-term relationships with the Government of Canada and private industry. AMS Canada has leveraged its innovative, advanced business and IT solutions to form partnerships in Canada's communications and financial markets. Since 1996, AMS has become the 12th largest consulting firm in Canada.
Founded in 1970, AMS is headquartered in Fairfax, VA with 49 offices worldwide. AMS trades as AMSY on the NASDAQ.

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