C-Com Satellite Systems Inc.

Reduced spending by customers in the oil and gas industries, as well as “desperate price-related competition,” caused revenues and profits to drop for C-Com Satellite Systems in its most
The spending slowdown in North America’s oil and gas sector contributed to a dramatic drop in quarterly revenues and profits for an Ottawa tech company that counts the industry among its customers.
Ottawa-based C-COM Satellite Systems still managed to turn a profit despite their revenue continuing to drop during the second quarter of its fiscal year.
Ottawa-based C-COM Satellite Systems has extended its streak of consecutive profitable fiscal years to 11, the company said Tuesday.
C-COM Satellite Systems expanded its reseller base and entered new international markets in its 2015 third quarter, CEO Leslie Klein said this week, leading to an 18th straight profitable quarter f
Boosted by “worldwide acceptance” of its products, Ottawa-based C-COM Satellite Systems has posted a 17th straight profitable quarter, its CEO said Tuesday.
Boosted by “worldwide acceptance” of its products, Ottawa-based C-COM Satellite Systems has posted a 17th straight profitable quarter, its CEO said Tuesday.
While C-COM Satellite Systems recorded its 16th straight profitable quarter, revenues for the first quarter of 2015 were down from the same period last year, the company said Tuesday.
Ottawa-based C-COM Satellite Systems has now been profitable for 10 consecutive years, although its net earnings did dip in 2014, according to year-end results released Monday.
C-COM Satellite Systems’ string of strong quarterly results continued Tuesday, with the Ottawa company reporting the 42nd profitable quarter in the last 43, president and CEO Leslie Klein s