Modest Tree is pleased to announce that it has been ranked as a top 75 defense company by Canadian Defence Review (CDR), Canada's leading defence and military journal. This is the second year running that Modest Tree has been recognized by CDR for their innovations in 3D interactive, virtual and augmented training solutions provided to the aerospace and defence industry. The Canadian Defence Review (CDR), one of the most reputable publications known industry-wide releases the annual survey results to provide a veritable who’s who of Canada’s defence industry. The annual rankings are based on factors such as economic impact, innovation, contribution to the nation’s security, and support of Canada’s military.
Modest Tree works with top-tier aerospace and defence clients as well as the Canadian Department of National Defence providing them with the next-generation technologies in 3D, virtual reality and augmented reality training software and custom training solutions.
After the announcing of this year’s rankings, Chief Executive Officer, Sam Sannandeji commented:
“We are honored to be recognized again in 2018 for our innovations in training for the defence and aerospace industry. We are continually striving to provide the best-in-breed technologies and are pleased to develop home-grown technologies that benefit the sector in Canada as well as internationally.”
The complete list of 2018 Top 75 Canadian Defence Companies can be found here.