Honda, Japan’s third-largest carmaker, joins an already impressive list of other automotive customers on Kinaxis’s roster, including Ford, Nissan and Toyota.
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Kinaxis took a dip in profits this past quarter as the Ottawa-based software giant ramps up its expansion efforts that include plans for a bigger home in Kanata West
Taggart Realty Management, which beat out five other bidders for the contract to build the new headquarters, expects to break ground on the project next spring
Even with lower-than-expected earnings over the first three months of the year, Kinaxis (
Ottawa’s Kinaxis cracked the $150-million mark in annual revenues for the first time in its history in fiscal 2018, but its bottom line took a hit as the company continued to ramp up its
Confidence: That was the word Kinaxis CEO John Sicard used repeatedly during the firm’s year-end earnings conference call, in which the Ottawa-based supply chain software supplier recorde