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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.
Microsoft 365 and Teams have become essential to most companies, especially given the reality of remote work. So what happens when these platforms become unstable or don't work?
Two Ottawa companies have been selected to participate in the third cohort of the joint accelerator program run by L-SPARK and BlackBerry Ltd. 
CADlink Technology Corp. – whose products include specialized software that helps print personalized T-shirts, caps and other items – says deal will help it expand its global footprint.
Software enterprise is the only Ottawa company on new list of 35 high-growth Canadian tech firms with the best chance of reaching $1 billion in annual revenues based on current growth trends.
Kanata-based software firm said late Tuesday it posted sales of $17.5 million for the fiscal year ending March 31, up just four per cent from the previous year’s revenues of $16.8 million.
Co-founder of Ottawa software powerhouse Assent Compliance has a new venture aimed at tackling the planet's growing food sustainability challenges.
Ottawa company's latest buy is Awingu, whose signature platform allows users to securely stream applications on computer or smartphone browsers without having to download software. 
Move comes six months after Zipes left Shopify, where she played a key role in building and leading the e-commerce powerhouse’s legal team from pre-IPO through the pandemic.
While James Nguyen’s firm keeps striding toward a solution to one of the world’s most pressing cybersecurity threats, his own feet were taking a beating on Thursday.