Tech company Routinify hires four NBCC graduates

SAINT JOHN – Following its successful launch in early April, a tech company headquartered in New Brunswick and Colorado is growing its N.B. operations with the recent hiring of four New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) graduates.

Routinify, a smarter living platform that combines easy-to-use technology with wearable technology for seniors and their caregivers, hired four graduates of the Information Technology: Programmer Analyst program at the Saint John Campus. The new hires are working alongside the company’s seasoned development team on automation of its Smart Display set-up, the evolution of its shared business services and testing and quality assurance processes, all based on skills they acquired and developed at NBCC.

“With a graduate employment rate of approximately 90 per cent, NBCC alumni have a significant impact on the economic and social prosperity of our region and our province,” said Catherine Sidney, Acting Department Head of Business/IT at the Saint John Campus. “Employers like Routinify help our graduates stay in New Brunswick to transform lives and communities.”

“We were really impressed with the level of talent that we saw in the NBCC students. They have the skills and experience to make an immediate contribution to our company,” said Pat Kelly, President and CEO of Routinify. “Routinify is bringing forward an advanced solution to a growing problem and we are excited to welcome these graduates from NBCC to our growing New Brunswick team as full-time employees.”

With flexible educational programming that is responsive to the social and economic needs of the Province, New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) is a provincially-recognized public post-secondary institution reputed for producing skilled, knowledgeable graduates who are contributing to the Province’s prosperity. In addition to one- and two-year certificate and diploma programs, NBCC provides specialized and customized training to meet the needs of specific sectors and communities, and delivers apprenticeship training to more than 1,800 learners annually. Find out more by visiting

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