Canadian Manufacturing

Montreal-based supply chain management technology firm sees positive growth

by Canadian Manufacturing Daily Staff   

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Company says it has added 100 new tech jobs within past 12 months

MONTREAL—Supply chain management software company TECSYS Inc. says it has seen positive growth, profitability and significant job creation year-over-year.

The company reported double-digit revenue growth in each of the last three quarters compared to the corresponding quarter of the previous year, posting a 14 per cent revenue growth in Q3, 2012; 27 per cent revenue growth in Q4, 2012; and 28 per cent revenue Growth in Q1, 2013, all the while increasing its number of employees by 30 per cent.

“We have hired Java developers, analysts, application specialists, management and administrative staff, and there is no end in sight at this point,” TECSYS vice-president of human resources Patricia Barry said in a statement.

President and CEO Peter Brereton says over the last twelve months his company has released seven products aimed at improving clients’ abilities to service their own customers, with more than 80 customer sites across North America.



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