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  • 20 Jan 2100 2:58 PM | YTA Admin (Administrator)
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  • 10 Aug 2016 9:17 AM | Ryan Ellis (Administrator)

    This round of funding was led by Sandaire, an international investment office for families and foundations, and a private family investment group.

    A new mass-market ratings system, TruRating says it offers an alternative model to TripAdvisor and Yelp by giving retailers and restaurants the peace of mind that the feedback they receive is from a real, paying customer.

    Everyone who uses the payment terminal to pay is asked to rate one of five questions related to service, value, product, experience, and likelihood to recommend the brand, on a scale of 0-9. Merchants are given the feedback in real time so they can assess service levels and make adjustments and improvements. 9 out of 10 people asked to rate when they pay do so, providing merchants with a mass-market view of service and value performance across the company.

    This year TruRating hit its first landmark with one million ratings; it has since doubled that. Already live in the UK and Australia, TruRating is enabled on the merchant’s existing payment terminal via their partnerships with the world’s largest payment businesses.

    Georgina Nelson, Founder and CEO, explains TruRating’s aspirations for growth in the Canadian market:

    “We have already had a fantastic response to TruRating and are working across the payments sector to enable businesses of all sizes and types to access ground breaking insights,” says founder Georgina Nelson. “We’ve established an amazing team in Toronto and our partners are enjoying working with us to provide a value added service that gets to the heart of helping businesses improve.”

    Previous funding came from angel investment of $2.1 million in 2014 and seed funding of $3.9 million in 2015.

    https://techvibes.com/2016/08/09/trurating-change-how-customers-review-businesses to read further..

  • 13 Jul 2016 9:39 AM | Ryan Ellis (Administrator)

    Toronto, ON — July 12, 2016 – Nulogy, the leading provider of enterprise cloud solutions for the contract packaging industry, announced today the completion of a $14 million investment by Tola Capital. Tola Capital, a venture capital firm with deep knowledge in enterprise software platforms and products, invests in next generation enterprise software companies. As part of this round, Aaron Fleishman of Tola Capital joins Nulogy’s Board of Directors.

    “Nulogy serves a tremendous need within the supply chain,” said Sheila Gulati, Managing Director of Tola Capital. “As a global leader in its category, Nulogy enables the network of brands, contract packagers and manufacturers with software and data to launch and promote products more efficiently. Nulogy has established a unique position in the market by creating a solution that drives operational efficiency, provides analytics, and enables faster speed to market for brands and their supplier networks. At Tola, we believe in building enduring enterprise software businesses. We are proud to partner with the Nulogy team.”

    To find out more https://nulogy.com/who-we-are/news-events/nulogy-announces-14-million-investment-from-tola-capital/ 


  • 07 Jul 2016 11:56 AM | Ryan Ellis (Administrator)

    AWARDS CEREMONY
     

    Winners will be honoured during the annual Creative Industries Symposium in November and will receive recognition and an award in their respective categories. The award will be given by Richmond Hill Mayor Dave Barrow at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts.

    For more information about our inaugural Creativity Connected Awards and to apply, please visit
    businessrichmondhill.ca/awards


    Registration for the 6th Annual Creative Symposium is now open!


    Tuesday, November 8, 2016
    7:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
    Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts
    10268 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill, ON, L4C 3B7

    Registration for the event is FREE!
    Simply click the link below to register.

    http://tiny.cc/cm2rcy

    Register Now - FREE!


  • 29 Feb 2016 9:15 AM | Ryan Ellis (Administrator)

    On February 25, 2016, Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa tabled the province’s fiscal 2016–17 budget.

    The Grant Thornton summary further outlines the government’s focus on the 12-year plan for approximately $160 billion of investments in public infrastructure, as well as the $13 billion that has been earmarked for investments in capital assets, including roads, bridges, public transit, hospitals and schools. 

    http://www.grantthornton.ca/services/tax for further insight..

  • 25 Feb 2016 1:31 PM | Ryan Ellis (Administrator)

    The Toronto 2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am Games were a big success with athletes, fans, and spectators alike. The Games brought a large volume of people to the Toronto area and an even larger amount of web traffic to the official website. Carbon60 Networks was selected as the managed hosting provider as we were able to guarantee a smooth and secure website experience for global visitors. By partnering with Akamai Solutions, Carbon60 was able to deliver a record-breaking hosting experience that was enjoyed by millions of people globally who were keeping up with the excitement around the clock.

    Some of the challenges we overcame while hosting the Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games website included:

    ·         Serving over 1 million visitors per day

    ·         Supporting a peak of 22,000 requests per second

    ·         Ensuring a Sub-Two-Second global response time

    To learn more about the successful online delivery of the Toronto 2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am Games website, get the case study here.

  • 16 Feb 2016 10:19 AM | Ryan Ellis (Administrator)

    OpenStack is the gold standard for cloud computing.Jonathan Le Lous, VP Cloud Infrastructure and Business Development at Savoir-faire Linux, is a leader in theFrench OpenStack community and an active speaker and organizer in the Montreal OpenStack community. Rather than starting another group in Toronto we approached the local OpenStack community to revive their meetups, and Jonathan will talk this month about OpenStack deployments in Canada.

  • 16 Feb 2016 10:17 AM | Ryan Ellis (Administrator)

     

    Odoo Meetup (the community-driven ERP)

    Maxime Chambreuil, co-founder and Board member of the Odoo Community Association, is organizing a second session of this monthly meetup on open source Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). We are inviting everyone to consider joining this community. It’s an open group and everyone who valuable thoughts and/or knowledge to share about Odoo and ERPs is welcome to contribute.

    Please check and register also our community website (http://odoo.ca) where you will find more information and resources about Odoo and the organizers.

  • 04 Feb 2016 11:08 AM | Ryan Ellis (Administrator)

    The Dept of Homeland Security, State Dept & US Chamber of Commerce have partnered with North of 41 for the 1st ever US-Canada Cross Border Hackathon.  The purpose of the hackathon is to create APIs that will integrate in a mobile app or web application to streamline the importing and exporting of goods between Canada and the US. Amazon, IBM, Salesforce and Microsoft are North of 41's corporate partners with this event.  

    There will be over $15,000 in prizes for the winning teams.

    Don't miss out on this unique event

    RSVP here: https://crossborderhackathontoronto.splashthat.com/


  • 01 Feb 2016 1:14 PM | Ryan Ellis (Administrator)

    2016 Branham300 deadline extended

    To give participants a little more time to complete the application, we have extended the deadline to Monday, February 29th.

    The Branham300 is the premiere listing of Canada's top public and private ICT companies, ranked by revenue. The list also tracks the top ICT multinationals operating in Canada plus Up and Comers, those young Canadian companies Branham thinks will be big hits soon.

    Please click here to begin your B300 application.

    Thank you very much. These lists are built on participants like you, and they exist to serve and promote the ICT sector in Canada.


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