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PointClickCare, a SaaS company targeting the senior care market, today announced the opening of its fourth Canadian office, located in Charlottetown.
70% of Canadian financial decision-makers are responsible for driving digital transformation in their business. Thanks to the disruptive landscape of digital technology, it has never been more important for CFOs to stay informed of the latest trends impacting their industries.
Join Sage in Toronto on February 19 for an event bringing together senior finance professionals to discuss and learn more about the evolving role of the CFO.
The company has been building a SaaS platform to give you all the tools you need to handle property management for your residential building.
There are four key areas where SaaS often hits a roadblock for enterprises. The good news is that they are all eminently solvable.
ToursByLocals, an online marketplace that connects travellers in search of private tours with tour guides, has raised $43 million CAD in growth capital.
ExtraaEdge Technology Solutions Pvt. Ltd, an ed-tech startup, has raised $700,000 (approximately Rs 5 crore at current exchange rates) in its pre-Series A funding round.
AEM provides a number of capabilities, including managing the customer experience in real time.
Brisk Synergies, an urban mobility startup headquartered in Waterloo, has been acquired by Transoft Solutions.
Many SaaS are now finding that they need to establish a direct branded relationship with the end-customers, which gives the firm greater control and optionality.
In an internal memo, Mozilla chairwoman and interim CEO Mitchell Baker specifically mentions the slow rollout of the organization’s new revenue-generating products as the reason for why it needed to take this action.
Over the past week, two Canadian companies have made acquisitions of companies in the United States. Here’s the latest on Canada’s movers and shakers.