Ottawa-based Halogen Software is reporting quarterly profits for the first time.
After a globetrotting high-tech career, Les Rechan would seem to be just the right person to lead Halogen Software’s quest to become an international software powerhouse.
Halogen Software is building “good momentum” so far in 2016, CEO Les Rechan said late Thursday, citing first-quarter total and recurring revenues that exceeded guidance.
After posting record-breaking revenues in 2015, Halogen Software’s CEO said Thursday the company will focus “on innovation in next-generation performance management” in the coming year.
Ottawa-based Halogen Software is making “incremental progress” but there is still plenty of room for improvement, new CEO Les Rechan said late Thursday.
Halogen Software announced Tuesday that its vice-president of sales, Phil Rugani, is leaving the company effective immediately.
In its first earnings report since Paul Loucks stepped down as chief executive last month, Ottawa-based Halogen Software said Thursday the company is pleased with its growth in total and recurring
Halogen Software is looking for a new CEO after longtime chief executive Paul Loucks announced his resignation late Thursday.