Kinaxis

Ottawa supply-chain management software maker has asked court to dismiss a lawsuit filed against it and alleges that U.S. firm misappropriated Kinaxis's trade secrets.
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With in-person events on hold for the foreseeable future, event planners in the capital are putting a new spin on virtual gatherings.
Kinaxis InConcert will feature approximately 30 concerts live-streamed from stages across Canada.
In the suit filed in U.S. District Court, Arizona-based Blue Yonder claims that Kinaxis used solutions invented by the U.S. firm.
The firm that couldn’t crack $10 million in annual sales when its CEO arrived is now projecting revenues of at least $220 million in the current fiscal year.
Avison Young is forecasting the local vacancy rate at around seven per cent, the second-lowest among major Canadian cities behind Vancouver.
In part two of our CEO of the Year profile, Kinaxis's boss talks about how his upbringing made him resilient and why diversity in the workplace is so important.
E-commerce powerhouse’s stock price dipped nearly 14 per cent ​– or more than $185 ​– to $1,173.53 on the Toronto Stock Exchange on Monday.
Ottawa-based software company says it now expects revenues for current fiscal year to fall between $220 million and $223 million, up from earlier projections of between $216 million and $220 million.
Veteran executive's company has quietly become one of the Canadian tech sector’s biggest success stories in his fifth year on the job.