Our Partners

ManageFlow Consulting has developed a partner channel, which provides us with the ability to deliver best of breed solutions and services to our customers.

ICONOMICS Inc.

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ICONOMICS is an Oracle Gold Partner providing premier consulting services for Business Intelligence (BI) and Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) solutions on the Oracle Business Analytics platform.

www.iconomics-inc.com

David Aronoff, Pareto Consulting

David has over 30 years of diverse experience in both the public and private sectors.  Pareto works with public organizations and crown agencies to address fundamental organization issues including transformation and culture change, effective performance measurement, program evaluation, business process redesign, governance and accountability.   Pareto’s operations are based on a remote working environment, and several organizational reviews specifically incorporated distributed work options.  The primary focus for all projects is to develop balanced alternatives and implementation plans with high regard for mitigating potential risks and negative impacts.

David has also held various executive positions within the Ontario Government, heading ministry organizations responsible for corporate services, policy and program development, revenue, finance, treasury functions and gaming.

Teri Nghiem, Think Now Consulting Inc.

Teri has 20 years of experience working with organizations in the public and broader public sector to drive organizational and cultural change and the alignment of processes, structure and people to business goals and mandates and new strategic directions. Teri has extensive expertise in human resource management and organizational design, change management and organization transformation, employee transition and labour relations.  Teri has recently been engaged in a number of projects during the COVID-19 pandemic to provide HR expertise and support to senior executives and has completed a number of organization review projects in the past that included looking at centralize/distributed service delivery models and impacts to organizational design, roles and responsibilities and work location.

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