Recently constructed 163,000-square-foot office complex at 3199 Palladium Dr. in Kanata opened to great fanfare in early June.
Kanata-based firm now projecting revenues of between $355 million and $365 million for the fiscal year ending Dec. 31, up $10 million from its previous forecast in May.
"I think we're still embarrassed to admit how profoundly the pandemic has negatively affected mental health and driven people into addictions and other forms of crisis."
The evening was “one giant hug,” in the words of Kinaxis CEO John Sicard. "I think we needed this."
“The building was designed for employees and matches the Kinaxis culture. We’ve created unique spaces for collaboration and engagement. We’ve heard rave reviews so far.”
Kanata software firm, which keeps its books in U.S. dollars, said Friday it brought in revenues of just over $98 million in the first three months of 2022 – a 70 per cent jump from a year ago.
Maker of supply-chain management software said Wednesday it’s projecting revenues of between US $335 million and US$345 million for the 12-month period ending Dec. 31.
If Ottawa's new generation of startups stick to their knitting, the city could soon have the most stable and diversified technology sector it has ever known.
Ottawa firm says it’s now expecting revenues of between $248 million and $250 million for fiscal 2021, up from previous projections of $242 million to $247 million.
Kanata-based supply-chain software company posted revenues of $60.1 million for the three-month period ending June 30, down slightly from $61.3 million a year earlier.