|Industry||Symbolic Computation, Software, Technical Computing|
|Founder(s)||Keith Geddes and Gaston Gonnet|
|Headquarters||Waterloo, Ontario, Canada|
|Parent||Cybernet Systems Group|
Waterloo Maple Inc. is a Canadian software company, headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario. It operates under the trading name Maplesoft and is best known as the manufacturer of the Maple computer algebra system and MapleSim physical modeling and simulation software.
Corporate history 
Waterloo Maple Inc. was first incorporated under the name Waterloo Maple Software in April 1988 by Keith Geddes and Gaston Gonnet, who were both then professors in the Symbolic Computation Group, a part of the computer science department (now the David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science) at the University of Waterloo.
Tim Bray served as the part-time CEO of Waterloo Maple Inc. from 1989-1990. During this period he claims in his resume that he helped save the company from one close encounter with bankruptcy by "instituting financial discipline".
Gonnet left the company in 1994 after a failed attempt to purchase a controlling stake despite already owning 30% of the shares, and following protracted disagreements over the management of the company sold his remaining share in 2001.
From July 1998 to August 2003, the headquarters of Waterloo Maple was located in the former Seagram Museum in Waterloo, which was itself the former location of the original Seagram distillery. Its headquarters have since moved to Kumpf Drive in Waterloo.
Information above taken from the official Maplesoft website.
See also 
- Resume of Tim Bray
- Interview with Gaston Gonnet, co-creator of Maple, SIAM History of Numerical Analysis and Computing, March 16, 2005
- Edwards, Mike (August 07, 2009). "Cybernet Systems Co., Ltd. to acquire Maplesoft in early September 2009". Design Product News. Retrieved 2011-02-07.
- Cybernet Group
- "Mathematical and Engineering Software Products for Commercial and Academic Applications - Maplesoft".