With March behind us at Rotessa, we cannot confidently confirm if Spring has arrived. This Rotessa Roundup has a few features on our team, office parties, and an important reminder about your scheduled transactions.

1. Reminder: The upcoming Easter weekend and your payments

Our team will be offline from Friday, April 7 until Sunday, April 9. We will not be processing any payments or available on chat for support over this long weekend.

Any transactions scheduled over this weekend will be processed on Monday, April 10.

If you have any questions, feel free to email our support team and we will respond when we are back in the office.

2. The future of tech on the prairies

March 2023 Rotessa Roundup

Earlier in March, our Director of Tech, Joe, presented to the Pembina Trails Early College (PTEC) ninth graders about programming security into applications.

Joe covered topics such as substitution cipher, substitution solver, and – pictured here – the differences between Symmetric vs Asymmetric Encryption.

Thanks to our Tech Manitoba partners for such a great opportunity where Joe could share his expertise with the future of tech!

3. The Masters at Rotessa


Our annual tradition celebrating the start of The Masters continues with our usual steak lunch.

The Masters Tournament (usually referred to as simply The Masters) is one of the four major championships in professional golf. A few of us on the Rotessa team enjoy golf and the competition, while the rest enjoy the food and our time spent together.


For the second year, to make the tournament more interesting, each team member chose a few players from a pool. Stay tuned for the winner of The Masters Tournament and if anyone from our team wins a sweet prize!

We’d love to hear from you

If you have any comments or feedback about any of our updates or changes, please let us know at [email protected]. Your input helps us continue to make Rotessa better. Stay tuned for the next Rotessa Roundup for more exciting news and updates.

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