The new round brings the company’s total funding to $1.6 million.
With health-care spending eating up nearly half of the provincial government’s annual budget, an Ottawa company says its software can help stop the bleeding when it comes to soaring medical costs.
L-Spark, the Kanata-based incubator that is a partnership between Wesley Clover and Invest Ottawa, continues to churn out promising startups.
Local healthcare IT company Cliniconex says it’s on the hunt for additional software engineers and sales representatives after securing its first seed funding round, led by the Capital Angel Networ
Four companies have been accepted into the second cohort of L-Spark’s accelerator, the Kanata-based organization announced Wednesday.
Eight companies from the first cohort of L-Spark, the Kanata-based incubator and accelerator program, walked across the stage at the SaaS Showcase on Thursday night.