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Lightspeed Commerce Inc., formerly Lightspeed POS Inc., offers omni-channel commerce-enabling software as a service platform. The Company's software platforms provide its customers with functionalities to engage with consumers, manage the operations and accept payments. It enables retailers, restaurants and other small and medium-sized enterprises (SMB) to engage with consumers across online, mobile, social and physical channels. It offers solutions, such as Lightspeed Payments and Lightspeed Capital. Lightspeed Payments is the payments processing solution. Lightspeed Capital financing solutions enables merchants to buy inventory, invest in marketing, or manage cash flows by providing financing. The Company's platforms offer omni-channel capabilities, point of sale, product and menu management, inventory management, analytics and reporting, multi-location connectivity, loyalty, customer management and financial services. It offers solutions for retail, hospitality and golf industries.
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7049 Saint-Urbain St
Independent Chairman of the Board
Jean Paul Chauvet
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Brandon Blair Nussey
Chief Financial and Operations Officer
Executive Vice President - Finance
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Canada's main stock index opened higher on Thursday lifted by technology stocks and as Wall Street rebounded on upbeat earnings.
Canada's main stock index fell on Tuesday, pulling back from its highest level in nearly eight weeks the day before, as a jump in U.S. Treasury debt yields reduced the attractiveness of stocks, particularly those in the high-growth technology sector.
* Tech stocks lead declines on Fed inflation comments Wednesday
Canada's main stock index was set for its third-straight session of gains on Thursday, aided by technology and energy shares, although trading volumes are likely to be low because of the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday.
* Miners lower on marginal decline in gold (Updates to market close)
Canada's main stock index retreated on Monday, as technology stocks tracked a slide in the U.S. tech-heavy Nasdaq, offsetting a bounce in oil stocks.
Canada's main stock index fell on Friday, and was on course to record its worst weekly performance in eight months, pressured by healthcare stocks.
Canada's main stock index edged lower on Wednesday as technology shares extended their recent decline, but some calm returned to the market after steep losses for global shares the day before.
Canada's main stock index was muted on Thursday as gains in technology stocks were offset by energy and mining stocks, which fell due to weakness in commodity prices.
Canada's main stock index was little changed on Monday after hitting record highs last week, as investors held off from making big bets ahead of a busy week for corporate earnings.
Canada's main stock index extended its rise on Friday after hitting a record high a day earlier as gold prices advanced, and was set to gain for a third straight week.
Canada's main stock index rose on Tuesday, led by an over 2% rise in materials stocks, as gold miners tracked an increase in bullion prices, while further gains were capped by weakness in energy stocks.
Canada's main stock index treaded water on Tuesday as gains in the energy stocks were capped by weakness in materials sectors, while concerns around a fast-spreading mutant variant of coronavirus in the United Kingdom kept sentiment in check.
Canada's main stock index fell on Thursday, after hitting its highest since February in the previous session, pressured by losses in technology companies.
Canada's main stock index traded flat on Wednesday, as losses in heavyweight mining and utilities stocks outweighed optimism over a quick economic recovery after Britain approved a COVID-19 vaccine.
Canada's main stock index fell on Monday, as investors awaited the government's new spending plans and details of its emergency support measures to tackle the accelerating coronavirus infections across the country.
Canada's main stock index scaled a five-month high on Thursday as a surge in shares of drugmaker Bausch Health and higher oil prices outweighed disappointment over earnings, including Bombardier's surprise quarterly loss.
Canada's main stock index rose on Tuesday, as data showing domestic manufacturing activity expanded in July for the first time in five months bolstered optimism around a post-coronavirus economic recovery.
Canada's main stock index edged lower on Thursday, weighed by bleak monthly domestic jobs data and escalating tensions between the United States and China.
Canada's main stock index fell on Friday on U.S. President Donald Trump's threat to slap new tariffs on China over the coronavirus crisis, and as data showed Canadian manufacturing activity slumped to a record low in April.
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