Once again, Hydro-Québec places its trust in Nurun. After 18 years of collaboration, the crown corporation and the agency will pursue the digital transformation initiated a few years ago in the aim of offering more services to Quebecers.
Following a request for proposals launched last November, Nurun landed a multi-year contract to work with the Communications and Marketing division and the Application Solutions and ICT Innovation Systems division.
Thanks to its teams’ multidisciplinary approach and expertise in marketing, service design, and technological know-how, Nurun is able to tackle the various facets of this mandate: the development of web communication and design strategies, and the creation and maintenance of informational and transactional web and mobile pages.
Hydro-Québec’s objective is to put digital technology at the service of its customers by offering them more online services, by informing them and raising awareness of energy consumption, and by equipping them with tools so that they can take control of their energy consumption.
Nurun, a Publicis Worldwide company, operates in 15 countries and counts over 4,000 employees.
Nurun is at the crossroads of creativity and technology. Nurun designs useful digital experiences that encourage brand growth and transform organizations.
Nurun’s customers include Aéroports de Montréal, Sub-Zero Wolf, Nestlé, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, adidas, Bombardier Business Aircraft, BRP, La Coop Fédérée, Hydro-Québec, Michelin, Ville de Montréal, American Apparel, and Pleasant Holidays.