Former OpenTable chief executive says Ottawa firm's current suite of products is "a great starting point from which to grow an incredible software business.”
Ottawa software maker Corel got into the Christmas shopping spirit again this week, adding new products to its stable with an acquisition for the second December in a row.
Ottawa firm buys SaaS company ClearSlide, a San Francisco-based developer of sales support software that counts The Economist and Buzzfeed among its clients.
Ottawa-based Corel is turning to a new chief financial officer with more than two decades in software to guide its M&A strategy.
Being forced to hold meetings at nearby coffee shops because there’s no longer space inside the office can be a sign of success for rapidly growing firms.
The acquisition of a software product for product management and mind-mapping might seem like a strange move for a company that’s become known for its graphics processing products.
Corel has appointed Patrick Nichols its new CEO, the Ottawa-based software company announced Thursday.