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Beanfield and GTA school boards collaborate to build a reliable network infrastructure for students

Beanfield Metroconnect is working with more than 450 schools in the Toronto District School Board, Toronto Catholic District School Board, and York Catholic District School...

Toronto-based company launches platform to help solve podcasters’ challenges

CoHost, a Toronto-based podcasting platform which launched earlier this month, is helping podcasters with one of their biggest challenges—audience growth. The company combines a suite...

Newly-rebranded Caseware launches the first in a series of tools to meet industry needs

Caseware, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider to the auditing and accounting industry, has announced a global rebranding and launched its first tool in the next...

Toronto based company is lowering the barriers to financial access for startups and established businesses

A Toronto-based business-to-business (B2B) company is the country’s first no-personal-guarantee corporate card and spend management platform. Launched in March 2021, Float is digitizing corporate spend...

American Express partners with Versapay, providing an efficient payment experience for suppliers and buyers

American Express and Versapay have announced a new partnership to provide suppliers who use the functionality of American Express virtual cards with access to...

Montreal-based startup to launch event platform

A Montreal-based startup is developing a mobile event platform where users can post their own events and find things to do in their area.

Canadian Amazon employees make second attempt at union certification

A group of Canadian Amazon workers is making their second attempt at holding a vote on union certification. If successful, Teamsters Local Union 362 would...

Sage unveils brand refresh

U.K.-based Sage, an accounting, financial, HR and payroll technology service for small to mid-sized businesses (SMB), has announced a brand refresh.  The refreshed brand represents...

IBM Canada officially opens flagship office in downtown Toronto

IBM Canada this week officially opened its flagship office located at 16 York Street in the heart of downtown Toronto’s entertainment district.

Biggest roadblock to big data analytics use? Big cost fears

Although most mid-sized companies surveyed are now using analytics to manage big data, the holdouts cite cost worries as their biggest reason for not jumping on board.

Updated B.C. tech map includes 1,400 companies

The 2012 interactive map is still in the beta stage so it's not too late to add your company or organization.

NexJ tops Profit 200 list of Canada’s fastest growing companies

CRM firm's five-year revenue growth jumped 15,000 per cent on this year's list, which is dominated by firms that export abroad.

Infographic: How does Toronto stack up as an ICT hub?

In the lead up to our Technicity event, we're doing a series of infographics that examines how Canada is doing when it comes to supporting the information and communications technology (ICT) cluster so important to modern economies. This is part two of three.

Mumbai terrorist attacks don’t deter technology companies

Terrorist attacks late Wednesday in Mumbai are unlikely to make multinational technology companies change their strategies for India.

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