Commerce giant Shopify moved up eight spots to No. 20 on the annual ranking of Canada’s corporate R&D spenders, spending $176.6 million in fiscal 2017
Kinaxis executives struck a confident tone during the Ottawa firm’s third quarter conference call on Friday, but a drop in the firm’s full-year guidance saw its share price take a significant hit
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Kinaxis has a new executive in charge of its supply chain software, picking up a long-time Ottawa tech player from a recently acquired firm.
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Analysts question impact of trade barriers on Ottawa-based supply chain software firm.
Volvo joins automakers such as Toyota and Nissan using the Kinaxis solution, and marks a major sale in the European market, where the firm just finished a hiring spree for new sales staff.
Kinaxis shares sank Thursday morning despite CEO John Sicard championing the “predictability” of the Ottawa firm’s growth.
Though 88% of Kinaxis’ revenues in 2017 were from North American customers, the firm has indicated a desire to further expand operations internationally.
Revenues for this past year were US$133 million, up from US$116 million in 2016.