April 1, 2019, Burlington, ON – Precision E-Business Group becomes the 12th company to join the TechPlace LaunchPad Program.
Since opening in June 2017, TechPlace has welcomed 11 LaunchPad residents. Founded in Oakville, Precision E-Business Group becomes the 12th company accepted into the LaunchPad program.
Precision E-Business Group’s ambition is to eliminate the complexities of EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) and B2B (Business to Business) integration or hosting by simplifying the management and visibility of electronic data transactions throughout your supply chain.
Director and Founder of Precision E-Business Group, Peter Jowahir is thrilled to advance his business to the next step with an office space at TechPlace: “the LaunchPad program will encourage growth through new innovative applications and empower our team of specialists to achieve our 2019 growth objectives.”
The Precision E-Business Group team are frequent users of TechPlace and are engaged Haltech clients, “Precision E-Business Group is beginning a new phase of their business, growing their team and expanding their innovation” said Anita Cassidy, Acting Executive Director of Burlington Economic Development Corporation (BEDC), “BEDC and TechPlace are ready to support their business needs during this period of growth.”
Burlington Mayor Marianne Meed Ward welcomed Peter and the Precision E-Business Group team to the Burlington community, “Precision E-Business Group is a great addition to the growing tech companies we are seeing here in Burlington. Electronic data and document transfer are an important and growing field. I look forward to the Precision team’s growth here with the support and resources of our own BEDC and TechPlace.”
Growing technology companies interested in joining the LaunchPad program at TechPlace are encouraged to learn more about eligibility requirements and apply online. Visit http://techplace.ca/launchpads/ to learn more.
About Precision E-Business Group
Precision E-Business Group (PEG) offers an array of EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) and B2B (business-to-business) technologies, specializing in IBM iseries and AS/400 hardware. They are committed to providing reliable and scalable transaction processing services and can also provide helpful insight for current or future integration endeavours.
TechPlace is a one-stop destination for new and growing technology companies. With the support of partners from across the public and private sectors, it is dedicated to connecting, developing, and advancing entrepreneurs at all stages. This means providing access to space, programming, mentorship, networking, and resources that are fundamental to growing a business in today’s technology-driven marketplace.
Led by the Burlington Economic Development Corporation (BEDC), TechPlace exists to help technology, talent and ideas come together under one roof to create and promote opportunities for economic growth.
Burlington Economic Development Corporation (BEDC) has a mandate to enhance the growth prospects of existing companies and bring new high-value firms to the community. BEDC’s focus is on growing the economic base to sustain Burlington’s competitive and prosperous community. BEDC is the first point of contact for companies looking to expand, start-up or locate in Burlington.