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Cortex Business Solutions Announces Membership with the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business

CALGARY, ALBERTA – July, 16 2018 - Cortex Business Solutions Inc. (“Cortex”) (TSXV: CBX), a North American network-as-a-service e-invoicing solutions provider, today announces its membership with the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB).  Through this membership, Cortex intends to foster business relationships between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal businesses and communities to advance sustainable economic growth across Canada.

In addition to becoming a member of the CCAB, Cortex joins companies such as Imperial, Suncor, CIBC, and Hydro One as a named Aboriginal Procurement Champion within the organization. The Aboriginal Procurement Champions Group is a key element of the CCAB’s Aboriginal Procurement Strategy, “Supply Change”, which aims to create national Aboriginal supplier diversity by increasing opportunities for Aboriginal businesses to participate in their supply chain. 

“Cortex’s mission is to provide digital automation technology for all businesses. As a member of the CCAB, Cortex will be providing the Canadian Aboriginal business community a combination of technology, thought leadership, and access to the thousands of Canadian companies already using Cortex today.” said Joel Leetzow, President & CEO.   

“As we move towards a new era in Canadian history, an era where Economic Reconciliation is at the forefront of the Canadian conscience, I commend companies such as Cortex Business Solutions for CCAB as an Aboriginal Procurement Champion and taking meaningful and targeted actions towards engaging and instituting the necessary steps towards impactful change.” JP Gladu, President and CEO, CCAB

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About the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business

The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business is committed to the full participation of Aboriginal peoples in Canada’s economy. A national non-profit, non-partisan association, CCAB offers knowledge, resources, and programs to both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal owned companies that foster economic opportunities for Aboriginal peoples and businesses across Canada.

For more information on the CCAB, please visit www.ccab.com.

About Cortex

Cortex’s strategy is to revolutionize B2B document exchange by replacing traditional paper-based manual systems with automated e-invoicing. This positions companies with the scalability and flexibility needed to meet the demands of today’s business. Cortex offers a B2B network that enables electronic invoicing for buying and supplying organizations using flexible connection methods to leverage existing customer technologies and processes. Access to the Cortex Network enhances the exchange of documents allowing companies to connect and interact with each other to grow their businesses.

Cortex is currently delivering e-invoicing services to over 11,000 Trading Partners in Oil & Gas, Mining, Manufacturing and Sports & Entertainment industries, with a focused expansion into additional verticals.

For more information, please visit www.cortex.net.

 

Joel Leetzow Jason Baird  
President and CEO VP, Finance & CFO  
jleetzow@cortex.net jbaird@cortex.net  
403-219-2838 403-219-2838