Ottawa-based firm says it’s seeing “big spike in activity” from tech tenants that are downsizing their real estate footprints but still need meeting and collaboration space.
Kanata-based firm now projecting revenues of between $355 million and $365 million for the fiscal year ending Dec. 31, up $10 million from its previous forecast in May.
Kanata-based software firm said late Tuesday it posted sales of $17.5 million for the fiscal year ending March 31, up just four per cent from the previous year’s revenues of $16.8 million.
“I always say I’m so excited, but that word isn’t big enough for how we feel about this next step,” said Kindell. “It kind of feels like Christmas morning.”
The 5,200-square-foot warehouse, located at 2764B Sheffield Rd., is positioned to serve not only Ottawa, but other nearby metropolitan areas, the company said in a news release.
Stockholm-based firm's first-ever M&A deal adds about two dozen former DragonWave employees in the National Capital Region to the company's growing North American base in Kanata.
The evening was “one giant hug,” in the words of Kinaxis CEO John Sicard. "I think we needed this."
“The building was designed for employees and matches the Kinaxis culture. We’ve created unique spaces for collaboration and engagement. We’ve heard rave reviews so far.”
“Do not screw this up" became the mantra of the Hub350 RBCx Finance Quarter to emphasize the importance of keeping developers away from the Kanata Golf and Country Club.
Long before COVID-19 became an omnipresent part of Canadian life, Meredith Thatcher could sense an emerging seismic shift in the way tenants used technology to reimagine traditional office space.