VigilantCS named a Top 25 Up and Coming ICT Company by Branham Group Inc.

Branham300 2018--25th anniversary

Branham300 2018–25th anniversary

OTTAWA, ON, July 4, 2018 – VigilantCS has been named a Top 25 Up and Coming ICT Company by the Branham Group Inc. for demonstrating innovation and promise.

The category is one of three major lists in the annual Branham300, now in its 25th year. Selected information and communications technology companies exhibit creativity and innovation in a new technology area or have optimized existing technology in an innovative way.

“Being named a Top 25 Up and Coming ICT Company by the Branham Group is another meaningful milestone for VigilantCS,” says CEO and Co-founder Rob Kirwin. “It reflects the efforts of our entire team to create innovative solutions that manage staff regulatory obligations, reducing risk and increasing efficiency.”

The Branham300 includes the Top 250 Canadian ICT Companies (ranked by total revenue generated) and the Top 25 ICT Multinational Companies (ranked by revenue generated in Canada). The Branham Top 25 Up and Coming list is the only Branham300 list not based on revenue. Branham tracks thousands of companies each year; it uses audited published financial statements for public companies and a submission process for private companies. Up and Coming firms are characterized as, “young Canadian companies Branham Group believes will be big hits soon.”


About Branham Group Inc.

Branham Group Inc. is a global information and communication technology (ICT) industry analyst and strategic marketing company founded in 1990 in Ottawa. The Branham300 List is the definitive listing of Canada’s top publicly-traded and privately-held ICT companies, ranked by revenue. It also highlights Up and Coming companies and prominent multinationals operating in Canada. Companies on the Branham300 Top 250 list generate more than half of Canada’s ICT sector revenue.

About VigilantCS

VigilantCS develops intelligent, cloud-based staff conduct risk platforms. Since it began operating in Ottawa in 2016, VigilantCS has received funding from the National Research Council’s Innovation Research Assistance Program (IRAP) and the Ontario Centres of Excellent (OCE). It was one of only three Canadian companies named to the global RegTech 100 List in 2017. VigilantCS CEO and Co-founder Rob Kirwin has been appointed to the OSC Fintech Advisory Committee and the IIAC FinTech Working Group. He has delivered presentations at the IIAC FinTech Summit, the Rotman Machine Learning Conference, the Canada Fintech Forum and Sibos.