Mitel Ranked the #2 Software Provider in 2011 Branham300

By Neil Zawacki
Updated: April 19, 2011

Mitel Ranked the #2 Software Provider in 2011 Branham300

Mitel was recently designated the number two Canadian software provider for ICT companies in the Branham 300. They have managed to successfully hold this rank on the list for the last two years. The company was also placed at number nineteen on the Top 250 Canadian Technology Companies.

Mitel is a prominent technology company that offers a variety unified communications solutions to small and mid-size business. In 2010 they released the Mitel Freedom architecture, a cloud-ready software stream that allows people to connect with a single number and communicate freely on any device. It can also be fully tailored to a company’s specific needs. The new software is considered to be one of the reasons for Mitel’s high rank on the list.

Rich McBee, the CEO of Mitel, released a statement that thanked the Branham 300 for their positive recognition. He also spoke on the initial public offering that was held earlier in the year and the Mitel Freedom architecture that is now available from the company.

The Branham300 lists the top ICT businesses that operate in Canada. The annual report ranks companies by revenue and provides a highly-detailed look at important trends in the industry. Other major companies that were featured on this year’s list include Open Test, Constellation Software, and GFI Solutions Group.
 

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