Branham300 Ranks Replicon among Top 100 Leaders in Canada’s ICT Industry

Redwood City, Calif., April 22, 2015Replicon, the global leader in cloud-based time tracking solutions, today announced that the company has been selected as one of the top 100 leaders in the Branham300, an annual ranking of the leading Information and Communication Technology (ICT) companies in Canada. The Branham300 is the definitive listing of Canada’s top publicly traded and privately held ICT companies, as ranked by revenue.

The 2015 Edition of the Branham300 marks the 22nd year of the listing—and another year in which Canada’s ICT sector set a revenue record. According to Branham300, Canada’s Top 250 ICT companies delivered another banner year in 2014, increasing revenue by 6.8% year over year, from $85 billion in 2013 to $90.9 billion in 2014. That is a remarkable total, especially considering that revenues at BlackBerry, the former king of Canada’s ICT sector, dropped 38% to $7.7 billion in fiscal 2014.

“We are excited to be included in the Branham300 again this year,” said Raj Narayanaswamy, co-founder and co-CEO of Replicon. “Not only are we thrilled by our continued leadership in the software industry for cloud-based time tracking solutions, we’re excited to see many of our customers on the list of leading Canadian innovators. We recognize the growing importance of treating time as an enterprise asset, and aim to provide businesses with the ability to not only capture, but gain valuable insights and leverage employee time to stay relevant.”

The 2015 Edition of the Branham300 consists of the following major listings: Top 250 Canadian ICT Companies, Top 25 ICT Multinational Companies operating in Canada and Top 25 Up and Coming ICT Companies. It also recognizes leaders within various industry segments. More information about the listings can be found at https://www.branham300.com/index.php.

Get started today.
Set up a free trial based on your business needs. Start Free Trial

How the Overtime Rule Affects Employee Benefit Plans

Some employers use benefit tiers for exempt and nonexempt staff By Stephen Miller, CEBS SHRM | October 08, 2019 Employers complying with the Department of Labor's final rule raising the…Read More

Make Time and Attendance Part Of Your Digital Transformation

TLNT | October 10, 2019 By Raj Narayanaswamy, Co-founder and co-CEO at Replicon Many businesses embarking on a payroll and HR transformation journey can easily get caught up in the…Read More

Global Compliance Desk – Australia

Recent Federal Court Decision: Accrual of Personal/Carer’s Leave Most employers in Australia follow the practice of calculating personal/carer's leave entitlements in hours. On 21 August 2019, the Federal Court of…Read More

Employee time tracking is dead

iBeacons, Bluetooth Low Energy, Proximity sensing and the obsolescence of time tracking as we know it. Businesses have to track the time their employees work for a variety of reasons,…Read More

How Sarbanes-Oxley Impacts HR Departments

Ever since the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) was passed in 2002, following a spate of high-profile corporate scandals, companies have had to take a wide range of precautions to ensure that…Read More

Reducing Absenteeism with Effective Time Management and Absence Tracking

Workplace absenteeism is a major concern for American companies. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, unplanned absences cost American businesses an average of 2.8 million workdays every year,…Read More
  • Cloud
  • In The News
  • Corporate
  • Professional Services Management
  • Project and Program Management
  • Shared Services Management
  • Time and Attendance Management
  • Workforce Management
  • Customer Feature
  • Feature Update
  • Time Intelligence
  • Industry News
  • Webinar Recap
  • Global Compliance Updates
  • Chat with us
    How can we help you?