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Branham300 2012 - top Canadian technology companies

Back on track - Canada's ICT industry rebounds and sets a record

By Darren Anderson
April 24, 2012

The Canadian Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry got back on track in 2011, with the economic downturn firmly entrenched in its rear-view mirror. While there were still bumps in the road, this year’s Branham300 data illustrates that many of Canada’s ICT elite turned the corner in 2011 and changed gears from survival to growth mode. The Top 250 Canadian ICT companies on this year’s Branham300 combined to set a new revenue record in 2011, increasing sales by 11.75 per cent to $82.62 billion, surpassing the high of $75.97 billion achieved in 2008. Growth can be found throughout this year’s ranking, with 79.6 per cent of listed companies experiencing revenue increases in 2011, and more than half (56.4 per cent) of this year’s top tech players posting double-digit gains. Read more

Branham Top300 - 2012 - full article (PDF 3MB)
Branham Top300 - 2012 - introduction 

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Top 300

Top 250 - Canadian ICT Companies - article 
Top 250 - Canadian ICT Companies - list (PDF 1MB)

Top 25 - ICT Multinational Companies - article 
Top 25 - ICT Multinational Companies - list (PDF 1MB)

Top 25 - Canadian ICT Up and Comers - article 
Top 25 - Canadian ICT Up and Comers - list (PDF 1MB)


Top 25 - Canadian Software Companies

Top 25 - Canadian ICT Hardware and Infrastructure Providers

Top 25 - Canadian ICT Professional Services Companies 

Top 25 - Canadian Movers and Shakers

Top 10 - Canadian Growth Companies


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