Founded in 2011, local software firm has carved out a growing niche with its subscription billing and management platform aimed at small and medium-sized businesses.
“It’s a little bit of a hit on us as a business for 60 or 90 days, but if we’re helping out our client who is going to be with us for 10 years, it’s a no-brainer."
Ten of Ottawa’s best employers were honoured at the 12th annual Employees’ Choice Awards Dec. 6 at The Marshes Golf Club.
Ten deserving Ottawa companies, across sectors from high tech to retail, will be recognized this December as outstanding workplaces and employers.
The week is off to a prosperous start for the city’s tech sector, which has seen an infusion of $18 million into a pair of its fastest-growing firms.
When Greg Burwell and Tyler Eyamie were laid off as part of a purge at Ottawa tech firm Protus in 2010, they found themselves with plenty of time and a “little bit of a nest egg” to start the next
Fast growth comes with its own unique challenges, says Fusebill CEO Tyler Eyamie.
When you deal with digital security for customers such as the U.S. Army – as does the largest client of local startup Fusebill – there are significant considerations.