The Vancouver-based technology company said its shares will continue to trade under the ticker “LITE” on the Canadian Securities Exchange and no action is required to be taken by shareholders with respect to the name change, which follows a resolution by its board of directors.
“The capabilities of IoT (Internet of Things) technologies are a very important part of what we offer to our clients in their supply chains because of the visibility they provide into the events and circumstances that can materially affect their bottom line,” Spotlite president James Greenwell said in a statement.
“As such, we have sought to make this a more prominent element of our corporate identity with our updated name,” he added.
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