|61||150||Amaya Gaming Group||309|
|17||29||OnX Enterprise Solutions||202|
|108||TEEMA Solutions Group||77|
|44||55||The Herjavec Group||65|
SecureKey is a global leader enabling user-centric identity and authentication networks. Our innovative, cloud-based briidge.net platform uniquely combines powerful device-based security features with privacy-enhanced federated authentication. Highly scalable and consumer-friendly, briidge.net enhances a wide range of online, mobile and in-person identity and payment applications for banking, government, healthcare and payments, as well as the extended enterprise.
BNOTIONS is a Toronto based Innovation Company that works with forward-thinking global brands and disruptive entrepreneurs. Our team of 50+ focuses on strategy, design, and development of mobile, web and social products that drive our clients business forward. Our approach solves tough problems, overcomes complicated challenges and creates opportunities through innovation.
Symbility Solutions (TSX VENTURE:SY)(OTCQX:ATBEF), is a global software company dedicated to developing applications for the insurance industry. The organization currently has two product family brands: Symbility and Adjudicare.
D+H is a leading provider of secure and reliable technology solutions to North American financial institutions. A trusted partner to banks and credit unions, our solutions support our customers own growth. Our diverse and growing portfolio includes everything from lending technologies, to loan administration services, to cloud based infrastructure services, to payments programs including value added marketing programs.
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The 2013 Edition of Branham's annual report – Canada's ICT Industry: A National Perspective – provides in-depth analysis of Canada's leading ICT companies based on Branham300 aggregate data that has been collected during the past three years. It includes over 90 figures and 15 tables, as it provides comprehensive intelligence on key industry metrics (revenue, revenue growth, revenue per employee, research & development investment, general & administrative costs, sales & marketing expenses, national and international revenue sources) along with extensive discussion on the happenings within the Canadian ICT industry during the past three years. To learn more about this year's report, receive a copy or learn more about its contents, please contact us.