software

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.
Software firm that brought in less than $100,000 in sales last year reported no revenues in the first three months of 2022 as its struggle to find a market fit continued.
Ottawa’s Intouch Insight announced positive first-quarter earnings and raised its guidance going forward as it continues to recover from the pandemic and works to fully incorporate recently-acquired…
Former head of Capital Angel Network will be in charge of identifying promising startups that could fit under the Rewind umbrella as company looks to expand its customer base and product offerings.
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. 
ProntoForms said its recurring revenues grew 14 per cent in the first quarter to $4.89 million from $4.31 million in the same period in 2021.
Resurgens Technology Partners, an Atlanta-based private equity firm that specializes in scaling up software enterprises, is adding the Ottawa company to its portfolio.
Company said Thursday it’s signed a contract to provide “geolocation data-capture services” across the U.S. to the NASDAQ-100 customer, which it declined to name.