Technology

With a bid to attract Amazon in the works, it’s worth looking at how Invest Ottawa helped Sweden’s Syntronic land 170 employees in the city
Driven by client demand, old-fashioned legal files are going the way of the typewriter – a move that could have a significant impact on the legal industry’s bottom line.
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Canada Day may be over, but the fun continues as Ottawa plays host through the fall to a number of high-profile events and unique attractions.
Wireless connectivity speeds in Nunavut may see a 20-fold increase thanks to a long-term contract between an Ottawa-based satellite operator and Bell Canada.
The Canadian Space Agency has tapped Neptec, a local developer of intelligent space flight sensors and equipment, to deliver a new set of eyes to the International Space Station.
Watson says the bid is worth it: Pitching to Amazon gives them a chance to highlight some of the strengths that may attract investment from the online retailing giant down the road.
Martello landed on the 2017 Profit 500 list, an annual ranking of the country’s fastest-growing companies, after increasing revenues by 1,552 per cent over the past five years.
Firm has no local customers, but that’s no problem – its reputation for cutting-edge engineering has gained it clients in all corners of the world.
Creating a diverse workforce is a noble goal, Klipfolio CEO Allan Wille says. But you have to work at it, and there’s no one-size-fits-all solution
Founder Craig Betts moves from chief executive role to board chair.