Evan Chen, Doug Bellinger and Gregg Kitaeff are among the businesspeople to recently accept new positions in Ottawa.
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Enablence Technologies Inc. has appointed Evan Chen as CEO, replacing Jacob Sun. Mr. Chen has been the chief strategic officer of Enablence since 2013.
Doug Bellinger has joined Martello Technologies as vice-president of research and development. He has more than 20 years of experience in telecommunications networking.
Pythian has named Gregg Kitaeff as its new vice-president of global sales. Mr. Kitaeff was previously the companyâ€™s managing director of U.S. sales.
Peter Rose joined You.i Labs as CFO. Mr. Rose comes to You.i from Belair Networks and previously worked at Solidium Systems and Milkyway Networks.
Solace Systems has been named to the 2014 Red Herring Top 100 North America for its application message routers.
OPINâ€™s design of the Prime Minister of Canadaâ€™s website and SOS Childrenâ€™s Villages website won silver awards in two respective 2014 Summit Creative award categories.
nTerop Corp. is the 2014 winner of the Motorola Award for Public Safety Technology as recognized by CATAAlliance.
Ottawaâ€™s Vered family was recognized for its years of community involvement by United Way Ottawa at its annual Community Builder of the Year Awards Gala.
The Ottawa chapter of the Building Owners and Managers Association recently handed out its Pinnacle and The Outstanding Building of the Year, or TOBY, awards. Hydro Ottawa was a Pinnacle Award Winner for customer service. City Park Place (Bentall Kennedy) picked up a TOBY in the less than 100,000 square feet category, while The John G. Diefenbaker Building (PWGSC/SNC-Lavalin O&M) won in the 250,000-499,999 square feet bracket. Park of Commerce (Bentall Kennedy) received a TOBY in the suburban office park / mid-rise group. World Exchange Plaza (Bentall Kennedy) won the Earth Award.