IRAP Q4 contributions for Digital Extremes, Sumagen, Polyanalytik, Miovision, Communitech, Plantform

A strong end to the fiscal year for London and area companies for NRC-IRAP contributions ($25K minimum). Disclosed for the quarter ended March 31 (Q4 12) were:

Sumagen Canada Inc. London $1,014,000
Digital Extremes Ltd. London $77,000
The Sansin Corporation Strathroy $34,140
Polyanalytik Inc. London $30,000

The Sumagen funding was the largest disclosed NRC-IRAP contribution in the region for the year. The full list for fiscal 2012—much shorter than what we saw in the previous two years with the additional stimulus funding:

Sumagen Canada Inc. London $1,014,000
Cyborg Trading SystemsLondon$115,000
Digital Extremes Ltd. London $77,000
Quantum5x Systems Inc.London$50,000
Bluestreak Equipment Inc.Delhi$49,050
The Sansin Corporation Strathroy $34,140
Techalliance Of Southwestern Ontario Inc.London$30,000
Polyanalytik Inc. London $30,000
The Money Broker Inc.Blenheim$28,685
Givens Engineering Inc.London$27,285

Some notable Q4 contributions from other areas:

Plantform Corporation Toronto/Guelph $283,357
Network For Innovation And Entrepreneurship Toronto $275,000
Communitech Corporation Kitchener $135,452
MaRS Discovery District Toronto $86,000
Miovision Technologies Incorporated Kitchener $26,000

Plantform also has an office at The Research Park in Sarnia.

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