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Lim Geomatics makes list of fastest-growing companies

16 October 2020

Lim Geomatics has been included among the winners of the 32nd annual Growth List. The definitive ranking of Canada’s fastest-growing companies was announced on 15 October and is compiled by Canadian Business and Maclean’s magazine. Winners are chosen based on their revenue growth over the last five years.

Lim Geomatics ranked 335th out of the 500 most innovative companies in the country. “It‘s an honour for the Lim Geomatics team to make the 2020 Growth List,” says Dr. Kevin Lim, President and Chief Executive Officer. “We’ve been hard at work over the last couple of years developing a set of tools that will enable the digital transformation of the forestry industry. This distinction speaks to the value and long-term prospects of our big-picture goal.”

Each year, Canadian Business vets thousands of applications to narrow down a list of 500 companies to be recognized as some of the country’s top homegrown talent. This year’s cohort includes an exceptional class of innovators working on the forefront of diverse sectors.

About Us

Lim Geomatics is a software development and consulting company with offices in Ottawa and Calgary. It specialises in unlocking the power of geospatial information so businesses can work smarter and faster. Since 2006, they have built a respected brand on a global track record of innovation. Lim Geomatics creates digital solutions for clients in such diverse sectors as agriculture, forestry, environment, government, information technology, and military and defence.

Source: Lim Geomatics, Photo: Techterra

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