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February 10th, 2012: Today in Canadian Tech

Bombardier today announced it has signed a firm order for six of its CRJ1000 NextGen regional jets with options on another 18. The company says the order is worth (US) $297-million and could increase to approximately $1.32-billion should all 18 options be exercised.
Bombardier today announced it has signed a firm order for six of its CRJ1000 NextGen regional jets with options on another eighteen. The company says the order is worth (US) $297-million and could increase to approximately $1.32-billion should all eighteen options be exercised.

CardioComm Solutions (TSXV:EKG) announced it has entered into a five-year renewable software licence and services agreement with Royal Philips Electronics in which CardioComm Solutions will integrate its proprietary GEMS (global ECG management system) software into Philips’ ECG management services.

Etienne Grima, CardioComm’s CEO said: “We have spent the past three years compiling solutions to enable the integration of multiple FDA, Health Canada and CE cleared/approved ECG recording and transmitting devices with GEMS(TM). Through experience with working with clients such as Philips, CardioComm Solutions is able to provide innovations that support the business and medical care challenges associated with the growing ECG monitoring markets.” More…

Click here for Cantech Letter’s recent article on CardioComm..

Bombardier (TSX:BBD.B) reported that an airline, which has requested to remain unidentified, has signed a firm order for six of Bombardier’s CRJ1000 NextGen regional jets has taken options on another eighteen. The company says the order is worth (US) $297-million and could increase to approximately $1.32-billion should all eighteen options be exercised. More…

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VersaPay (TSXV:VPY) announced it has has entered into an agreement to provide Hockey Canada, the sole governing body for all amateur hockey in Canada, with payment processing services and alternative payment services. VersaPay President Patrick MacDonald said “I am both pleased and extremely proud, to have VersaPay associated with such a wonderful national organization, in Hockey Canada. This truly is a special partnership and is an extension of VersaPay’s involvement and support of minor league sport within Canada,” More…

Selectcore (TSXV:SCG) announced it has executed the definitive asset purchase agreement to acquire the assets of an arm’s-length Canadian payment processor, Conquest Financial Services. Selectcore says the deal will will add more than 2,200 new point-of-sale terminals and merchants to its retail network across Canada. Selectcore CEO Keith McKenzie said “This acquisition is a key step in the advancement of the company’s business plan to develop new, high-margin payment technologies and financial services while providing a unified solution to our retail partners,” More…

Sangoma Technologies (TSXV:STC) reported its Q2, 2012 results. Sales for the quarter, which ended Dec. 31, 2011, were $3.43-million, a record for quarterly revenue at Sangoma, and approximately 15% higher than the same period a year earlier. Bill Wignall, Sangoma’s President and CEO said “Delivering a quarter with 15-per-cent growth over the same quarter in the previous year is another very positive sign that our new strategy at Sangoma is working.” More…

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Cantech Letter founder and editor Nick Waddell has lived in five Canadian provinces and is proud of his country's often overlooked contributions to the world of science and technology. Waddell takes a regular shift on the Canadian media circuit, making appearances on CTV, CBC and BNN, and contributing to publications such as Canadian Business and Business Insider.

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