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| A comprehensive strategy for growth
A multi-functional Deloitte team helps a Canadian tech company identify the challenges to increase its market share in China.
| City of Winnipeg: Taking the lead
While other Canadian cities focused on the problem of Y2K compliance, the City of Winnipeg was developing a larger vision — using ERP to streamline and integrate more than 100 diverse systems scattered across the city’s various departments. It was a challenging path, but the results have been remarkable.
| Kaval Wireless finds a solution for future growth
As a venture capitalist, it pays to be flexible when considering how to maximize your investment in a high-tech company. Since the tech correction, many of the venture capital firms that backed Canada's tech companies have struggled to recapture the full value of their investments. What happens when you invest in a promising technology that just can't make the leap to the next level? Exits from technology investments — even successful ones — can be challenging.
| Grocery Gateway acquisition accelerates Longo’s e-business strategy
After a period of adjustment following the techwreck, the Internet has finally established itself as a profitable business opportunity for retailers. As part of this revitalized trend, online grocery shopping is quietly making a comeback in pockets across North America. In Canada, the most recent success is the acquisition of Grocery Gateway by Longo’s, a family-owned grocery chain in business since 1956.
| Quebec manufacturing plant: 2 scenarios calculate SR&ED claim and cost
R&D Co. operates a manufacturing plant in Quebec and produces chemical products for the pulp and paper industry. To remain competitive, R&D Co. undertook to improve its process efficiency by developing a continuous manufacturing process instead of manufacturing its products in batch mode. The process sought is an innovative concept that would allow more process flexibility, improved product quality and would be more cost effective.