With over 30 years’ experience in strategically propelling businesses forward, George is an enthusiastic entrepreneur with a drive to transform sales and marketing operations through out of the box thinking, George has been an integral part in helping global companies produce significant revenues, and is known globally as a thought leader and pioneer in the areas of sales process engineering, sales automation, marketing automation, business modelling, and client service. He has done significant work on transforming software businesses to the Cloud, and helped organizations such as Microsoft develop deployment methodologies which are still used today.
Chris has over 20 years of consulting experience leading complex process and systems projects, including 14 years with Deloitte as a Partner and practice leader. Leveraging the experience gained at Deloitte, Chris joined BDO Canada LLP in 2008 to lead and continue to build the Solutions’ practice nationally. Prior to joining Deloitte Chris managed his own consulting practice before selling to Grant Thornton. During his time with Deloitte Chris was the appointed as the Consulting Global Manufacturing Strategy Leader, a member of the Global Automotive and National Manufacturing teams. Chris also lead Deloitte’s Canadian Automotive practice for 10 years.
With more than 20 years experience within the ERP Consulting industry Thomas is a very seasoned executive and leader who has been involved in establishing and growing strong consulting practices around the world. Thomas joined Copenhagen, Denmark based Columbus in 1993 and from a leadership position quickly began the expansion of the organization throughout Europe and following a successful IPO later established Columbus in North American market. Overseeing five successful acquisitions and trough organic growth under his leadership, the US organization is now represented in more than 25 locations with 300 employees. Thomas holds a Masters Degree in Finance and International Business Relations (M.Sc. Finance) from the University of Aarhus, Denmark and University of Sydney, Australia.