History of Zylog Canada

Established in 1995, Zylog Systems Limited has earned a reputation as a respected leader in providing technology-based business solutions and services that leverage a globally positioned workforce of Software Engineers and Subject Matter Experts.  From locations throughout the US, Canada, India, Asia Pacific, and Europe, Zylog develops and supports a broad range of industry specific and customer enterprise business applications through a proven delivery model that combines local consulting and delivery centers with highly scalable and cost-effective offshore development and testing facilities.  Zylog has a long standing history of approaching every client and every project as a partner, carefully configuring teams of business and technology professionals that will complement and optimize client-side project groups, while guaranteeing the highest quality deliverable in the shortest time-to-market achievable.

Zylog’s effectively managed intellectual capital is the foundation from which our clients draw upon specialized knowledge in an increasingly broad range of business applications and computing environments.  The loyal following of clients seeking to leverage our proven delivery methodology includes many small and midsized companies, as well as many respected leaders in Pharmaceuticals, Finance & Banking, Insurance, Life Sciences, Telecommunications, Marketing, Retail, Transportation & Logistics, Consumer Electronics, and staffing.


A brief history of Zylog Systems Limited

 From its inception in 1995, Zylog Systems Ltd of Chennai, India was a privately owned and privately held company.

  • 1998, ZSL Inc  is incorporated in New Jersey as a wholly owned subsidiary of parent company Zylog Systems Ltd
  • 2002 Zylog acquires 100% of Silver Spring Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing and Application Integration solutions in BFSI, global Telecom & Pharma verticals. 
  • 2004 Zylog acquires IMPEKsoft and JDAN Systems to further expand capabilities in the BFSI and Telecom. 
  • 2006 Zylog is ranked #318 among the CRN Fastest Growing Technology Companies.
  • 2007 Zylog acquires EWAK Soft to expand capabilities in automated data migration and replacement technologies
  • 2007 Zylog acquires Anodas Software Ltd in the United Kingdom to expand capabilities in Insurance
  • 2007 Zylog goes public in India, trading on both the Bombay Exchange and the National Exchange.  Zylog’s IPO is enormously successful, oversubscribed 76.5 times
  • 2007 Zylog is ranked #275 among the CRN Fastest Growing Technology Companies
  • 2008, Zylog acquires Ducont FZ, LLC headquartered in Dubai Internet City, UAE – a wireless business solutions company providing mobile e-governance and banking solutions to leading banks in the Middle East.
  • 2008 Zylog is ranked #238 among the CRN Fastest Growing Technology Companies
  • 2008 Zylog opens a new 85,000 sq. foot state-of-the-art Global Software Development & Research Centre in the IT Corridor, Chennai India
  • 2009 Zylog is ranked #45 among the CRN Fastest Growing Technology Companies
  • 2010, Zylog acquires Brainhunter Inc, with facilities in Toronto and Ottawa, Canada. Brainhunter is a recognized leader in contract and permanent staffing, project-based-ISO certified teams, and outsourcing solutions. TalentFlow software and Job Board Network Technology empower multiple global verticals. 


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“I have been involved in a few IT projects over fifteen years. This project has been far the most complex and one that has required the highest calibre of professional qualifications. While everyone on the team has consistently demonstrated ample proof of their unquestionable professional capability, what stands out to me as the most outstanding trait in every case has been their interpersonal skills in dealing with each other, but perhaps even more impressively, with regional users. This is proof of really top-notch technical support when your support team has gained the trust and respect of the system’s users, because they understand the intricacies of the business and users’ needs, and can translate those requirements into a workable system.”

-Stephen Peck, Special Projects, Fleet, Canadian Coast Guard