Stratford Managers has appointed Mike Pascoe as CEO of interim management and advisory services. With more than 30 years of experience leading technology firms, Mr. Pascoe has a diverse set of technical, management and financial skills honed in a variety of companies and locations.
Peter Cooke has joined Borden Ladner Gervais as counsel and will be practising in the area of intellectual property and trademarks. Mr. Cooke comes to the firm from Low Murchison Radnoff. He was called to the bar in 1994.
Solacom Technologies has made two changes to its board of directors. The new appointments are Bruce Lazenby as chairman of the board and Donna Ronayne as board member. Before joining Solacom, Mr. Lazenby served as the founding president and CEO of Invest Ottawa. Ms. Ronayne joins Solacom from Halogen Software, where she fuelled double-digit growth for more than 12 years.
The Ontario Real Estate Association has elected David Oikle as provincial director at the organization. In this capacity, Mr. Oikle will serve a two-year term as provincial director for the Eastern Ontario area on the 2017 OREA board of directors. Active in the real estate profession for 13 years, Mr. Oikle is a broker with Royal LePage Team Realty brokerage in Ottawa.
Amsted has been recognized for a seventh consecutive Guildmaster Award with highest distinction. The award, presented by GuildQuality, a third-party surveying company, honours companies across North America which demonstrate exceptional customer service in the residential construction industry.
UTG Digital Media’s LED staircase project in Las Vegas has won the Technical Innovation, Viewing Innovation Award category for the International Digital Signage Awards 2017. The awards honour excellence in digital signage campaigns, content creation, creativity and technology.
Halogen Software, a provider of talent management solutions, has been named a visionary in Gartner’s recent Magic Quadrant for Talent Management Suites for the fourth year in a row. Halogen’s solutions include software, consulting services and content to help customers create a culture that inspires people to achieve higher levels of performance at work.
The Ottawa International Airport was recognized by Airports Council International with a second-place finish in the category of best airport in North America, tied with El Paso and Tampa airports. The award recognizes the airport’s commitment to providing an excellent customer experience.
Deloitte released the winners of the 2017 Canada’s Best Managed Companies awards program recognizing Canadian privately-owned and managed companies that demonstrate exceptional business performance. Recipient companies from Ottawa included Cowater International, Daltco Electric, Groupe Raymond, MDS Aero Support Corp. and Wills Transfer Ltd.