Ottawa software maker Corel got into the Christmas shopping spirit again this week, adding new products to its stable with an acquisition for the second December in a row.
Ottawa firm buys SaaS company ClearSlide, a San Francisco-based developer of sales support software that counts The Economist and Buzzfeed among its clients.
Ottawa-based Corel is turning to a new chief financial officer with more than two decades in software to guide its M&A strategy.
Being forced to hold meetings at nearby coffee shops because there’s no longer space inside the office can be a sign of success for rapidly growing firms.
The acquisition of a software product for product management and mind-mapping might seem like a strange move for a company that’s become known for its graphics processing products.
Corel has appointed Patrick Nichols its new CEO, the Ottawa-based software company announced Thursday.