Ottawa's Assent Compliance has raised $20 million.read more
Formlabs, a designer and manufacturer of 3D printing systems, has acquired Vancouver's Pinshape, a 3D printing online community.read more
At EMC World 2016 in Las Vegas, the company announced the winners of its 2015 Canada Partner Awards.
Now in its second year, the awards program recognizes EMC’s most important Canadian partners across industries.read more
This week the internet exploded with news that Montreal, Square Enix Montreal—the Canadian arm of a Japanese studio—has stolen an idol from the Los Angeles Indie Game Dev world. Teddy Dief, most notably of Hyper Light Drifter fame, announced via twitter this morning that he would be making the opposite move to the norm, which may be an even greater expression of his Indie Roots than we think.read more
Online bookkeeping service Bench has closed a $20 million Series B upround led by Bain Capital Ventures and joined by Altos Ventures and Contour Venture Partners.
Altos and Contour were also Series A investors in Bench.
The new round, which brings total capital raised to over $40 million, will go toward product enhancements and the rollout of a new product.
Since 2012, Bench has made significant strides in its journey toward fully automating the job of a bookkeeper.
By creating task specific algorithms and perfecting tools that can work seamlessly with bank data, payment data, etc., Bench has reduced the labour time of its bookkeepers by 75%.read more
Vancouver's LemonStand, a customizable cloud e-commerce platform, has raised an additional $1.25 million.
The seed funding hails from BDC Capital, Silicon Valley based angel investors Barry X Lynn, Paul Rochester, Hank Massey and several other angel investors.read more
Hey, remember that kooky character, with the sweet hair, that floated amung the trees in those games where the only question people wanted answered was “why doesn’t this guy have any limbs?"
Well, forget about that guy.read more
Toronto's Wealthsimple has won a Webby Award, an international award honouring excellence on the Internet.read more
There’s an even split between Canadian businesses when it comes to their plans for Internet of Things technology, which means half of Canadian businesses could soon have a competitive advantage over the rest.read more
When the internet was first created for public use, there were very few websites to choose from.
Since then, the web and its various incarnations have changed the world in which we live, the way we interact with technology and arguably the course of humanity itself. It also has changed the way we enjoy entertainment as a whole.read more
EMC wants to modernize the data centre.
That's the theme of this year's EMC World in Las Vegas, where the company is aggressively pushing flash storage solutions.read more
In 2004, Stephane Manos graduated from Concordia University with a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering. Now, only twelve years later, he’s the Vice President and Co Founder, of Valsoft, a high-powered tech company that’s turning Ville Saint-Laurent into the Silicon Valley of the Eastern Seabord.
I went to his offices, chock full of young, vigorous employees despite what many have called Montreal’s moribund economy, to sit down and have a chat with this visionary.read more