Les Rechan

Denis King is wearing plenty of hats during the COVID-19 lockdown: stay-at-home dad, part-time teacher and, oh yes, the brand-new chief executive of one of Ottawa’s leading software companies.
A well-known Ottawa tech executive is stepping down from his leadership role at a Kanata software firm.
Camp Fortune did an excellent job of living up to its prosperous name Thursday.
An Ottawa company’s tech will enable rapid data transfers on a British firm’s platform that manages cryptocurrencies and other digital assets.
An Ottawa firm’s tech will underpin the connected car communications systems for one of the world’s biggest producers of premium vehicles.
It takes a big man to admit failure, even if the failure is nothing more than failed retirement.
What a relief that the charity skiathon for the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa made a big splash, figuratively speaking only — not literally.
Les Rechan has landed on his feet after leaving the recently-acquired Halogen S
Three months after purchasing Halogen Software, California-based Saba says it has retained 90 per cent of the Ottawa technology firm’s employees, including two of its top executives.
One of Ottawa’s largest publicly traded companies says it’s been acquired by a U.S.