Crawford Technologies Listed Top Canadian Technology Company by Branham300

For sixth consecutive year, Branham300 ranks Crawford Technologies as one of Canada’s leading Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Companies


May 3, 2016, Toronto, ON – For the sixth consecutive year, Crawford Technologies has been recognized as one of Canada’s top Information and Communication Technology (ICT) companies in the annual Branham300 listing. For 23 years, the Branhan300 has highlighted the top Canadian and Multinational ICT companies operating in Canada, as ranked by revenue.

“We are honored to be on the Branham300 list once again,” said Ernie Crawford, CEO of Crawford Technologies. “This continued recognition is a testament to the strength of the team we have built. I am very proud of all our accomplishments.”

As a highly-respected annual ranking of both publicly-traded and privately-held companies, the annual Branham300 listing can be found at Recognition on the Branham300 listing has provided many up-and-coming technology firms with increased market exposure and brand awareness.

“The Branham300 is designed to promote Canada’s Information and Communication Technology industry and the people who build technology businesses in Canada,” said Wayne Gudbranson, CEO of Branham Group.

“This year, we were thrilled to see Canada’s Top 250 companies set another revenue record. It is a testament to the strength of our ICT sector.”

The Branham300 is published annually by the Branham Group and more information can be found at
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The Branham300, now in its 23rd year, is the best-known and most widely-referenced listing of Canada’s top public and private ICT companies, ranked by revenue. The list also tracks the top ICT multinationals operating in Canada plus Up and Comers, those young Canadian companies Branham thinks will be big hits soon. Canada’s Top 250 ICT companies delivered another banner year in 2015, generating a revenue total of $96.1 billion, an increase of 5.7% compared to the year prior. That new record number was driven by the impressive performance of Canada’s Top 250 tech companies: 75% of the Top 250 generated revenue growth, and 54% delivered double- and even triple-digit increases.