Exploring Canadian-Based Cloud Computing Startups: A Comprehensive Showcase

January 4, 2024

In Canadian technology, a strong group of startups have been growing in the cloud computing sector since 2020, showcasing the power of innovative thought in technology and service provisions in a continually digitizing landscape. Distributed across several provinces of Canada, the cloud-based startups specialize in various dimensions of technology ranging from artificial intelligence, cloud infrastructure, IT management software, data integration, marketing automation, cloud data services, SaaS, big data, IoT and more. Let’s dive into the cloud world and see what these startups have been up to since their inception.

Each of these platforms leverages the potential of cloud computing to provide unique and robust solutions to an array of technological needs. These startups not only show the diversity of applications in the cloud computing industry, but also underscores the ongoing contribution of Canada’s innovative digital technology scene in shaping the tech trends of the future.

The following are some of the cloud computing startups incorporated in 2020 or later that are making significant strides in their respective domains:

MSP Corp

Founded by Jason Dacosta and Ravi Ramharak in Guelph, Ontario, MSP Corp specializes in Cloud Computing, Cloud Infrastructure, Information Technology, and Software. They partner with high-performing Managed Service Providers in Canada and the United States to provide resources, technology, and business support, enabling the best teams to excel further. More about them can be found on their LinkedIn page.

Browse AI

Ardalan Naghshineh’s Edmonton, Alberta, based startup, Browse AI, provides online automation software with a suite of services including website data download and real estate data extraction. More about them is available on their LinkedIn page.

Cloud Architects

Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Cloud Architects provides a myriad of cloud-related services. Under the leadership of founder Sean Mehrabi, they specialize in IT services and consulting. Follow them on Facebook and LinkedIn for updates.

80 Galaxy

80 Galaxy is a Toronto-based startup venturing into Big Data, Cloud Computing, Data Center, Information Services, SaaS, and Web Hosting. You can find more information about them on their LinkedIn page.


RevSolz is a Calgary, Alberta, based startup that offers a cloud-based platform. They provide various services, including real-time data, data analytics, treatment well monitoring, offset well monitoring, machine learning and more. Stay updated by visiting their LinkedIn page.


Datanaya, established in Toronto, Ontario, specializes in Cloud Computing, Information Technology, and Internet of Things. Keep an eye on their Facebook and LinkedIn page for updates.


ProcessLenz, a startup located in Montreal, Quebec, offers a cloud-based Robotic Process Automation prioritization software that provides a centralized one-click analytic view of the RPA life cycle. Follow them on LinkedIn to find out more.

Tooth Secret View (TSV)

TSV, based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, uses Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to develop a Computer-Aided Detection (CAD) software to detect plaque on teeth. More about their innovative approach to oral health can be found on their Facebook and LinkedIn page.


FilSwan, founded in Toronto, Ontario, by Charles Cao, focuses on developing a storage and computing infrastructure layer for Web3. This startup is designed to assist web3 developers in integrating decentralized storage, edge computing, and payment across multiple chains. More about them is available on their LinkedIn page.


Functionland, co-founded by Aaron Maines, Arman Shirani, Ehsan Shariati, and Erfan Shekarchi in Toronto, Ontario, is a peer-to-peer platform that disrupts traditional cloud storage by allowing users to easily share storage and compute resources. Stay updated by following them on LinkedIn.

These startups underscore the significant innovations emerging in the Canadian cloud computing industry, with each one carving their unique paths in their respective domains. They highlight the potential for new Canadian startups to make significant strides in the world of technology, proving that the future of cloud computing is indeed diverse and promising, backed by the relentless drive for innovation within Canada.

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