Globe and Mail – There is tech startup life after 40

Age is nothing but an advantage for third-time entrepreneur Mr. Tatham.

NexJ, a customer-relationship management company that uses cloud computing, is Mr. Tatham’s third startup. Since 1979, his entire career has been in the custom information systems business after he studied engineering at University of Waterloo, and did his first co-op at IBM.

Mr. Tatham started his first business in the late eighties before he founded Janna Systems in 1990, which Siebel Systems bought in 2000 for more than $1.4-billion.

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