Nadia Tatlow posted an articleRedbrick named fifth Fastest-Growing Company in Canada, and second in Software. see more
Victoria (September 15, 2016) Redbrick has been listed at number 5 on the 28th annual PROFIT 500 ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies. The prestigious report awarded the honour to Redbrick for having achieved remarkably high revenue growth over the last 5 years.
Redbrick joined the list with sustained revenue growth of 8,214 per cent, which has earned them a spot next to some of the most respected brands in Canada.
“We are honoured to be ranked in the top 5 Fastest-Growing Companies, and help represent the incredible growth in the technology sector here in Canada, and on the world-stage. Redbrick has been on an exciting growth trajectory since we started doing business, and with the recent launch of our desktop software analytics platform, DeskMetrics, we are not slowing down anytime soon. We are still a relatively young company, and we have focused our efforts on building a team that can innovate faster than the rest, and drive us to the top. The results have been fabulous,” said Tobyn Sowden, CEO, Redbrick.
“Companies become a part of the PROFIT 500 through innovative thinking, smart strategy and sheer grit,” says James Cowan, Editor-in-chief of PROFIT and Canadian Business. “These firms demonstrate what Canadian entrepreneurs can achieve, both at home and across the globe.”
Redbrick is a Victoria-based product development company that has carved out an impressive niche in software analytics and distribution, and one of the only companies in the world providing desktop software analytics to developers. With a growing portfolio of both business and consumer based products, Redbrick is known for its expertise in user engagement, and solution-driven technology.
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Redbrick has grown into one of the leading desktop software analytics providers, delivering data-driven insights, and unparalleled expertise around user engagement. Redbrick is a trusted partner for thousands of software professionals, with over 2.5 billion events analyzed, and more than 500 thousand users, across 200 countries. For more information, please visit www.rdbrck.com
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Tessa Bousfield posted an articleVecima had a solid third quarter with a profit of nearly $6 million. see more
Source: Times Colonist
Author: Darron Kloster
Victoria-based Vecima Networks, which manufactures products for broadband access to cable and wireless networks, had a solid third quarter with a profit of nearly $6 million in the quarter ended March 31.
According to its most recent financial statements, Vecima reported its highest-ever quarterly revenue and earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization.
“We turned in an outstanding quarter,” said chief executive Sumit Kumar. “Our remarkable cash generation during the period allowed us to finance a strategic acquisition, increase our investment in [research and development] and support our capital expenditures, while we maintained a cash balance of nearly $70 million.”
The company reported revenue of $31.8 million in the quarter, up from $23.2 million in the third quarter of 2015, and EBITDA of $10.3 million, up from $7.5 million last year.