Better Software Company

Two of Ottawa’s serial entrepreneurs are setting their sights on a public listing for their latest venture, citing a torrent of investor interest as grounds for their ambitious goals
Two of the capital’s brightest entrepreneurial stars are now business partners in a pair of ventures they project will each be generating millions of dollars in revenues before the year i
In its most active year yet, the Capital Angel Network invested $3.3 million in 20 companies, giving many up-and-coming local startups their first taste of funding.
Faced with the departure of its co-founder and CEO while in the midst of a product pivot, The Better Software Company has decided the bo
One of Ottawa’s most prolific serial entrepreneurs is stepping away from the top leadership role at the software firm he launched three years ago.
If your software-as-a-service startup is getting the insatiable itch for growth, L-Spark wants you.
As part of OBJ’s recent coverage of Small Business Week, reporter Adam Feibel asked local entrepreneurs what advice they had for others looking to take the leap and launch their own companies.
Four years ago, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist returned to Canada to start something bold: An Ottawa-based fund with a focus on Canadian startups.
A veteran entrepreneur and mentor to a host of successful startups, Leo Lax has no doubt that Canadian tech enterprises can thrive head-to-head against competitors from around the world.
The Better Software Company just raised another $1 million. And, to be honest, no one is surprised anymore.