CloudOps Listed on Branham300 for Second Consecutive Year

06-06-2017 / Julia Simon

Montreal, June 6, 2017: CloudOps has once again been listed on the Branham300, ranking at number 227 among Canada’s most-profitable public and private technology companies. The prestigious list ranks companies based on revenue and profitability. CloudOps is pleased and honoured to be part of this elite group for a second year. This reinforces CloudOps’ strategic plans in cloud platform management, telco and enterprise shared services sectors, all of which are steadily growing with the adoption of cloud services.

The 2017 results are record breaking for the Branham300, hitting all-time revenue highs, with the growth rate almost doubling this year. The companies on the 2016 list (for fiscal 2015) earned $96.1 billion: a year-over-year increase of 5.7%. This year (fiscal 2016) the 300 organizations jointly earned $105.3 billion: a year-over-year increase of 9.6%.

“It is a very exciting time for cloud computing and for CloudOps, who enables the convergence of big data, IoT and machine learning technologies on cloud platforms, driving veritable explosion of innovation and next generation business models.” says Ian Rae, CEO, CloudOps.

“I am again impressed by the performance of Canada’s technology community. The sector has set another revenue record, as measured by our Top 250 ranking of Canadian companies, and the younger companies that comprise our Top 25 Up and Comer list show great promise and will help build our innovation economy. The companies that comprise the Branham300 have a lot of reasons to be proud.” Wayne Gudbranson, CEO, Branham Group.

About Branham300

The Branham300 is the definitive listing of Canada’s top public and private ICT companies. They rank companies by revenues. 2017 marks the 24th annual Branham300 ranking of public and private technology companies in Canada.
The companies that comprise the Top 250 have set a new revenue record. For more information:

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