Since 1995, Tink has been leveraging new digital technologies and adapting its services to the needs of organizations looking to modernize and boost their performance.

A One-Stop Shop

We have gradually added new practices and skills to our arsenal by listening to our customers and the market. Today, we offer a complete and fully integrated range of digital services.
1995

Concept S2i is founded by Marcel Tremblay and Jocelyn Couture.

 

Concept S2i begins development of a major application for National Bank, a project that takes more than five years to complete.

Amazon.com is launched. The website calls itself Earth’s biggest bookstore.

1997

Concept S2i participates in the creation of National Bank’s first online banking platform.

 

Google.com registers its domain name. The search engine impresses the world with its ability to produce highly relevant search results.

1998

The Institut québécois de planification financière (IQPF) becomes a Concept S2i client. The IQPF remains the company’s oldest active client.

A major ice storm leaves millions of Quebecers without power, and 100,000 people are relocated.

1999

Michel Couture joins the team and launches Concept S2i’s web design and development service.

 

Napster is launched, making it possible to share MP3 files illegally.

2001

The Business Development Bank of Canada hires Concept S2i to design and produce an innovative transaction portal.

Wikipedia, the first collaborative encyclopedia, is founded.

 
2002

Concept S2i moves to 75 Queen Street, in the heart of Montreal’s Cité du Multimédia.

Microsoft launches Xbox Live, a multiplayer online gaming network.

 
2003

Concept S2i, SECOR, and Commerce magazine launch the Secor-Commerce Internet Index, a list of the 25 best websites in Quebec (six editions are produced in total).

Skype, an online instant messaging and calling service, is launched.

 
2004

Mark Zuckerberg launches TheFacebook.com, and more than 1,200 students sign up for the platform within 24 hours.

 
2005

Metro chooses Concept S2i as its digital partner.

Concept S2i opens a development centre in Vietnam.

 
2006

Concept S2i becomes S2i Web, a company that transforms traditional business models into e-business models.

St-Hubert and S2i Web design, develop and operate the most advanced multi-channel online order-taking platform in North America.

 
2008

S2i Web acquires BMG Multimedia, a Quebec City agency, to strengthen its capabilities and better serve clients in the national capital.

2009

S2i Web rebrands itself as Tink Digital Profitability (TINK).

Héma-Québec chooses Tink as its digital partner.

 

Tink becomes VIA Rail’s digital partner.

2011

Development of Fruits & Passion’s e-commerce website.

 
2012

Five key Tink employees become associates: Marie-Hélène Boivin, Stéphane Guérin, Antoine Desjardins, Michel Fournier, and Frédéric Martin.

2013

BKOM is founded. Tink’s new division is dedicated to creating video games for mobile devices.

 

Fonds de solidarité FTQ selects Tink as a partner for its digital and content marketing activities and projects.

Brunet, a major pharmacy chain in Quebec, chooses Tink as its digital partner.

 
2014

Tink wins four grand prizes in Infopresse’s Boomerang competition.

2015

Tink celebrates its 20th anniversary.

 

With a team of more than 200 experts, Tink is the largest independent digital agency in Quebec.

 

Boomerang 2015: Tink wins a grand prize and a prize for Metro’s Just for Me app.

 
2016

Prix Numix and Flèches d’or awards: Metro and Tink win two more trophies.

Tink is included in Les Affaires’s ranking of the 300 largest SMEs in Quebec.

 
2017

Tink appears in the prestigious annual PROFIT 500 list, which ranks 500 Canadian companies that are leaders in their field based on five-year revenue growth.

 

The Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec (OIIQ) selects Tink to redesign its entire digital ecosystem in order to simplify and facilitate the customer experience while offering a self-service counter on the registration board.

 

Tink and Metro win another Boomerang grand prize for the creation of Metro’s online grocery store.

2018

Tink and Fonds de solidarité FTQ win a Boomerang grand prize in the acquisition strategy category.

Tink participates in its first Leucan shaved head challenge.

BKOM is sold to its two main administrators, Marie-Hélène Boivin and Frédéric Martin, and two other Quebec investors.

 

BMR chooses Tink to guide its digital transformation.

 
2019

Cascades chooses Tink as its digital partner for various projects, including the redesign of its corporate website.

 

AbbVie, one of the largest biopharmaceutical companies in the world, selects Tink for its digital projects.

 
2020

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Tink shifts to remote work without any layoffs by taking advantage of its fully digital ecosystem, already in place for many years.

Tink celebrates its 25th anniversary... virtually.

2021

For its 25th anniversary, Tink is on the cover of Le Grenier aux Nouvelles

Tink implements a succession plan. The 8 directors of the company become shareholders: Christian Vachon, Maude Laurin, Jessie Carpenter, Yan Bisson, Stephan Morneau, Dominique Proteau, Martin Proteau and Emilie Valcourt.

Tink becomes the digital partner of the Centre du Rasoir. For this project, Tink begins a Shopify collaboration to deploy the Shopify Plus eCommerce platform.