Fastest Growing Companies
Firm sees ‘global opportunity’ in compliance software
With a device inside structures such as bridges and buildings themselves, contractors and other stakeholders can check the concrete’s stress levels, temperature, humidity and more in real time…
Envolta has expanded to four locations in the Ottawa area and has landed on this year’s list of OBJ’s fastest-growing companies with impressive three-year revenue growth of nearly 620 per cent
Solink makes software that uses artificial intelligence to analyze security footage at restaurants, retail outlets and banks in an effort to detect fraud and theft.
“Ottawa’s leading the market (in tech development) in so many ways, but the companies don’t know how to break into the federal government because there’s contracting and procurement minefields."
Approach is to play it down the middle – making it part cloud company, part on-premise data company.
From its humble beginnings as a small three-person operation in 1967, the company has evolved into a major player in the Ottawa construction scene.
'We knew if we could get a good proof of concept … we can then take this business and scale it.'
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2017 Fastest Growing Companies: Honourable mention