July 8, 2019 – Hamilton, Ontario
Innovation is changing traditional business operations and making processes quicker and more efficient, which is why the Government of Canada is supporting companies that provide transformative improvements to everyday routines.
Today, the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister responsible for FedDev Ontario, announced a FedDev Ontario contribution of up to $500,000 for Weever Apps to support commercialization of its newly launched Process Manager software.
Weever Apps is a digital transformation software company that offers a suite of products used by organizations in a range of sectors to build forms, collect data, assign and schedule tasks, manage workflows and track everything in real-time. These cloud-based applications reduce the need for paper, providing users with sustainable and environmentally friendly solutions to help make their organizations more efficient, productive and profitable.
The company recently launched Process Manager, a new solution to help food and drug manufacturers streamline processes in compliance with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA). Essentially, this new product is designed to help clients comply with regulations while saving time, energy and money. Through this project, Weever Apps expects to create five new full-time jobs in Hamilton.
This project aligns with the Government of Canada’s Economic Strategy Table on Digital Industries, which aims to foster digital innovation and excellence in Canada by increasing the number of high-growth firms to anchor Canada’s global leadership in this sector.
This article was originally posted on Software Hamilton. To read the full article please visit Software Hamilton’s page at https://softwarehamilton.com/2019/07/08/weever-apps-receives-500k-from-feddev-ontario/