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Techopia: Martello gets knighted

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September 21, 2015

If you’re in Ottawa tech, you’ve almost certainly heard the name Sir Terry Matthews bandied about. The man is a staple, near legend in the Ottawa tech sector. So when Sir Terry decides to jump on a company you should take notice.

Martello Technologies, provider of fault performance management capabilities for Mitel business communications solutions, has announced today its board of directors, and along with Sir Terry, it seems pretty strong.

Via the press release: ‘Following the company’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Shareholders. Martello’s Board now includes Chairman Sir Terence Matthews, the founder and Chairman of Wesley Clover International, international finance executive Colley Clarke, seasoned technology lawyer Michael Michalyshyn, and experienced technology executive Don Smith. Martello President and CEO Bruce Linton and Co-Founder and VP Niall Gallagher are also members.

Recognized as a leader in the growth of Canadian Software as a Service (SaaS) innovation, Martello was named Ottawa’s Fastest Growing Company in 2015, with three-year revenue growth of more than 600%. To guide the company through its next growth phase, Martello has assembled a Board with collective expertise in law, technology, telecommunications, finance and mergers & acquisitions. “The company has assembled a high-caliber team of business leaders to serve on Martello’s Board of Directors”, said Terry Matthews. “I’m confident that each will have a positive and important impact”.

Martello provides the only end-to-end Microsoft Teams performance monitoring tool that Microsoft recommends to their customers to maximize employee productivity. Our solution Vantage DX proactively monitors Microsoft 365 and Teams service quality, enabling IT with complete visibility of the user experience to ease troubleshooting of issues before they impact users. Find out why Martello is Microsoft’s go-to-solution for Microsoft Office 365 Monitoring >>

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