Aimetis, a Waterloo-based company that developed a suite of software products to manage security surveillance, is being acquired by Senstar for a reported US$14 million. Aimetis was founded in 2001 and received $5 million in growth capital from
Kanata-based middleware company Solace Systems has sold a majority stake to Bridge Growth Partners, a private equity firm in New York City that makes investments in the technology and financial services sectors. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Toronto-based emoji maker Bitstrips is being acquired by Snapchat, the popular photo and video sharing mobile app, for a reported $100 million.
Bitstrips allows users to create personalized emojis and avatars that can be inserted into short
Hootsuite, the Vancouver-based social media management company, announced it will be making its tenth acquisition since its founding in 2008. The company plans to buy Sales Prodigy, a mobile app that assists corporate clients with their sales efforts by monitoring
gShift Labs, which has developed a web analytics platform for digital marketers, announced that it is acquiring Halifax-based InNetwork, an influencer marketing technology platform. Terms of the deal were not discussed.
Founded in 2009, gShift is based in
Ampifii, a Toronto-based company whose software platform enables users to manage their own sponsored social amplification campaigns, has been acquired by Postmedia Network Canada Corporation, the Canadian media company that includes the newspaper properties once owned by the former Canwest Global Communications Corporation and