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July 10, 2008. Closing of the amalgamation between Isacsoft Inc. and a company controlled by Ronald Brisebois. Isacsoft announced the completion of its amalgamation with BriseboisCo, a company controlled by Ronald Brisebois, the President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Isacsoft which was approved by Isacsoft Shareholders on June 27, 2008. As a result of the closing, the Shareholders will receive $0.33 for each common share of Isacsoft they hold. Prior to the closing, Isacsoft has delivered to the depositary sufficient funds to enable the depositary to pay the Offer Price, with payment to be made as soon as practicable after closing. Shareholders who hold Shares through an intermediary should contact the latter for details on the receipt of payment for their Shares. As a result of the completion of the Amalgamation, the Shares will no longer be traded on the TSX Exchange Venture nor be held by members of thepublic and will be delisted shortly hereafter. <<more>>


July 2, 2008. Closing of amalgamation postponed until on or about July 9th 2008 pending finalization of financing details . Isacsoft announced that the closing of the amalgamation of Isacsoft with BriseboisCo, a company controlled by Ronald Brisebois, the President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Isacsoft has been postponed to on or aboutJuly 9th, 2008 pending finalization of financing details. Under the Amalgamation, the shareholders of Isacsoft will receive for each common share of Isacsoft they hold, an amount of $0.33 per Share (the "Offer Price"). <<more>>


June 27, 2008. Isacsoft Inc. shareholders approve the amalgamation with a company controlled by Ronald Brisebois - Isacsoft shareholders to receive $0.33 per share . Isacsoft announced that its shareholders have approved the amalgamation announced on May 27, 2008 BriseboisCo, a company controlled by Ronald Brisebois, the President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Isacsoft. Under the Amalgamation, the shareholders of Isacsoft will receive for each common share of Isacsoft they hold, an amount of $0.33 per Share. The Amalgamation values Isacsoft’s equity at approximately $4.2 million on a fully diluted basis. <<more>>


May 27, 2008. Isacsoft Inc. to be acquired by a company controlled by Ronald Brisebois for approximately $4.2 million - Isacsoft shareholders to receive $0.33 per Share. Isacsoft and BriseboisCo, a company controlled by Ronald Brisebois, thePresident, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Directors ofIsacsoft announced that they have entered into a pre-amalgamation agreement pursuant to which BriseboisCo has agreed to enter into an amalgamation with Isacsoft. Under the Amalgamation, the shareholders of Isacsoft will receive for each common share of Isacsoft, an amount of $0.33 per Share. The Offer Pricerepresents a premium of approximately 23.4% to Isacsoft's average closingprice on the TSX Venture Exchange over the past 20 days, 37.5% over February11, 2008's close, the day Isacsoft announced having discussions with RonaldBrisebois. The Amalgamation values Isacsoft's equity at approximately $4.2 million on a fully diluted basis. <<more>>


May 15, 2008. ISACSOFT announces first quarter 2008 results. ISACSOFT announced its un-audited interim consolidated financial results for the quarter ended March 31, 2008. First quarter 2008 financial results: EBITDA of $115,260, compared to $113,326 for first quarter 2007; Net income of $156,364 compared to $202,599 for first quarter 2007; Revenues at $2.068,745 compared to $2,455,017 for first quarter 2007. <<more>>


March 4, 2008. Isacsoft Inc. announces 2007 year end results . Isacsoft announced its audited consolidated financial results for the year ended December 31, 2007. The Company also announced that it has filed its audited financial statements and notes for the year ended December 31, 2007 and its related management's discussion and analysis with Canadian securities regulators. The information is available electronically to interested parties at www.sedar.com and on the Company's web site at www.ISACSOFT.com. ISACSOFT's 2007 annual report will be mailed to shareholders during the third week of March 2008. <<more>>


February 11, 2008. ISACSOFT Inc. announces that it is in discussions relating to a potential privatization. The independent committee of the board of directors of ISACSOFT announced that it is currently in discussions with Ronald Brisebois, Isacsoft's Founder, Chairman and CEO and shareholder of just over 14%, in respect of a potential privatization of Isacsoft by an entity controlled by Ronald Brisebois. <<more>>


November 9, 2007. ISACSOFT announces strong third quarter - Net income ahead of 2006 . ISACSOFT announced its un-audited interim consolidated financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2007. Third quarter net income closed at $325,010 compared to a loss of $384,965 for the third quarter of 2006. Lower sales volumes in professional services were offset by cost compressions to generate better results. Working capital was $2,509,229 as at September 30, 2007, ahead by $865,235 of the position of $1,643,994 reported as at December 31, 2006 and is mainly due to the year-to-date profitability, the decrease in the value of accounts payables and accrued liabilities and deferred revenues. <<more>>


October 30, 2007. ISACSOFT Inc announces the sale of its training division. ISACSOFT announced the sale of its training division Versalys to Synesis Inc. In line with the review of strategic alternatives that started in February of this year, the board of directors approved the sale of the division, for a total consideration of close to $800,000. Synesis Inc. will pay $400,000 in cash and will take responsibility for prepaid courses at the time of the closing while ISACSOFT will keep accounts receivable and payable that remain at the signing of the contract. <<more>>


August 14, 2007. ISACSOFT announces second quarter net income strongly ahead of 2006 and the nomination of Mr. Robert Lévesque to the board of Directors of the company. ISACSOFT (TSX: ISF) announced its un-audited interim consolidated financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2007: EBITDA income of $357,354 compared to $148,713 for the same quarter in 2006, Net income of $323,811 compared to $127,347 for second quarter 2006; revenues at $3,581,462 compared to $4,283,904 for second quarter 2006. Second quarter net income closed at $328,811 compared to $127,347 for the second quarter of 2006. Cost compression offset lower demand in all revenue categories. <<more>>


June 22, 2007. ISACSOFT shareholders elect new Board of Directors. Shareholders elected a new Board of Directors, today, at it's Annual General Meeting. <<more>>


June 15, 2007. ISACSOFT announces major cost savings. ISACSOFT announced that as part of its objective to become more cost efficient, it will be moving its head office and software development facilities into less costly spaces as of June 22nd 2007. <<more>>


March 27, 2007. ISACSOFT announces signing of new contracts. ISACSOFT announced the signing of contracts worth a total of more than $400,000 by its Library Solutions, Learning Solutions, and Consulting Services divisions. One of these contracts involves the City of Drummondville for the Portfolio 6.2.2 integrated system in the Côme Saint-Germain municipal library. ISACSOFT also signed a contract with the Société de Formation à Distance des Commissions Scolaires du Québec, which is an organization that collaborates with Québec school boards to offer distance learning; and another with the Association des courtiers et agents immobiliers du Québec (ACAIQ), which is the association of Québec real estate brokerage professionals. These two contracts are worth more than $200,000 for the Learning Solutions and Consulting Services divisions respectively. <<more>>


March 14, 2007. ISACSOFT announces 2006 year end results . Isacsoft reported a $10.1-million loss for 2006 as the company, which includes the former BiblioMondo library automation division. Revenue for 2006 dropped to $15.5 million from $17.2 million in 2005. Isacsoft recently announced that it is conducting a review of strategic alternatives including a possible sale of the company. <<more>>


February 09, 2007. ISACSOFT announces a review of strategic alternatives. ISACSOFT announced that it is evaluating various strategic alternatives, including, but not limited to, a sale of the Company, a business combination or a capital reorganization, and has engaged Canaccord Capital Corporation as financial advisor to assist the Company in evaluating and considering such alternatives and their potential for enhancing shareholder value <<more>>


January 25, 2007. ISACSOFT announces the signing and renewal of two multi-year contracts . ISACSOFT announced that it has successfully signed and renewed two multi-year contracts as a preferred supplier with strategic clients. <<more>>


January 27, 2006. ISACSOFT Inc. today announced nomination of new unaffiliated directors.. ISACSOFT Inc. (TSX: ISF) today announced the nomination of the four following individuals who will serve as new unaffiliated directors. Each term of office will expire at the end of the next shareholders’ annual meeting. <<more>>


May 04, 2005. ISACSOFT Inc. Announces the Filing of its 2004 audited financial statements and its 2004 Management's Discussion and Analysis. ISACSOFT announced that it has filed its 2004 audited financial statements and notes and its 2004 management''s discussion and analysis with Canadian securities regulators. The company also announced that it could not reach an agreement on the final terms of the transaction with Synesis and as a result, will not be moving forward with this acquisition as previously disclosed. <<more>>


May 02, 2005. ISACSOFT Inc. Re-focuses its operations and Announces its financial results for the First Quarter of 2005. ISACSOFT announced its unaudited financial results for the three-month period ended March 31, 2005. The Company closed the quarter ended March 31, 2005 with cash and cash equivalents of $822,710, an increase of $58,038 over the amount of $764,672 reported as at December 31, 2004. During the quarter ended March 31, 2005, the Company generated revenues of $5,507,669. <<more>>


April 21, 2005. England's Rotherham libraries sign on to advanced borrower services with BiblioMondo's ZONES. BiblioMondo announced that the Metropolitan Borough of Rotherham and its 15 online libraries have become the first public library in the U.K. to offer the new ZONES interface, so joining the growing network of European institutions to implement BiblioMondo’s ZONE-1 library portal. <<more>>


January 17, 2005. ISACSOFT announces expansion of e-learning and hosting capabilities. ISACSOFT announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire all of the issued and outstanding shares of Synesis Desktop Publishing Consultants Inc. a provider of blended learning services to commercial enterprises and the acquisition of a data center from Groupe Conseil O.S.I. Inc. <<more>>


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7695 Papineau Avenue
Montreal, Québec H2E 2H1
Canada
Phone: 514-337-3000
Fax: 514-337-9290
Web site: http://www.mondoin.com/
Email: info.canada@mondoin.com


Board of Directors

  • Ronald Brisebois -- President and Chief Executive Officer

Executives

  • Ronald Brisebois -- President and Chief Executive Officer
  • Marie-Hélène Lavoie -- Marketing Manager
  • Guillaume Freyburger -- Vice-President of Strategies

Company Ownership

MondoIn is privately owned by Ronald Brisebois


Library automation systems

mondoin offers the following Integrated Library Systems:

  • Portfolio (20 libraries, 21 facilities in lib-web-cats)
    Public libraries: 16
    Academic libraries: 1
    School libraries: 0
    16 libraries have migrated away from this system.
  • Concerto (5 libraries, 47 facilities in lib-web-cats)
    Public libraries: 4
    Academic libraries: 0
    School libraries: 0
    40 libraries have migrated away from this system.

A total of 68 library facilities included in lib-web-cats use an ILS provided by mondoin.


Corporate Chronology

Apr 11, 2011   BiblioMondo given a new image and a new corporate identity as Mondo IT.
Mar 2008   Bibliomondo becomes privately owned as Ronald Brisebois acquires all public stock of ISACSOFT.
Sep 1, 2004   ISACSOFT acquires BiblioMondo.
May 2004   TechnoCap and Desjardins invest $1 million.
Dec 2002   Ian M. Ferguson named President and CEO.
Nov 2002   New investments totaling $6.5 million dollars made in BiblioMondo.
Oct 2001   GATX/MM Venture Finance Partnership invests $4.2 million in BiblioMondo.
Jan 1, 2001   BestSeller begins operating under the name BiblioMondo.
Oct 2000   Best-Seller acquires ALS International.
Sep 1999   Bestseller obtains $3.75 million financing from Investissement Desjardins and TechnoCap Inc..
Mar 1998   Best-Seller acquires Library Division of Speedware France.
Oct 1997   Todd Joron appointed President and CEO of Best-Seller.
1996   Best Seller introduces PortFolio.
May 1993   Best Seller expands into the U.S. market.
1986   Library Management Division of Infocentre Corporation was spun off as Best-Seller Inc..
1986   Infocentre Corporation begins operating under the name Speedware Corporation..
1978   Info-Boutique renamed to Infocentre Corporation.
1976   Jean-Pierre Théorêt and Ian Farquharson found Info-Boutique .

Key Articles from Library Technology Guides

The following are a sample of articles related to the major events in the corporate history of mondoin, or you can view all articles related to the company from Library Technology Guides.

(July 10, 2008). Closing of the amalgamation between Isacsoft Inc. and a company controlled by Ronald Brisebois

Isacsoft announced the completion of its amalgamation with BriseboisCo, a company controlled by Ronald Brisebois, the President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Isacsoft which was approved by Isacsoft Shareholders on June 27, 2008. As a result of the closing, the Shareholders will receive $0.33 for each common share of Isacsoft they hold. Prior to the closing, Isacsoft has delivered to the depositary sufficient funds to enable the depositary to pay the Offer Price, with payment to be made as soon as practicable after closing. Shareholders who hold Shares through an intermediary should contact the latter for details on the receipt of payment for their Shares. As a result of the completion of the Amalgamation, the Shares will no longer be traded on the TSX Exchange Venture nor be held by members of thepublic and will be delisted shortly hereafter.