The Goal

Our primary focus will initially be toward the manufacturing industry in its many forms. Our long-term goal will be to branch out into non-automotive segments of the market.



Industry Participants

Consulting firms are divided into large firms with more than 100 employees, medium sized firms with 20 to 100 employees and small firms with less than 20 employees. The majority (66%) of consultants in Canada are employed at large firms, 6% at medium sized firms and 28% at small firms according to a recent Industry Canada report.
Industry Outlook

The continuing economic uncertainty within the North American manufacturing industry increases the demand for consulting services. This demand will grow as many companies are reluctant to hire additional employees. Increasing amounts of work will be contracted to consultants as companies maintain tight control over labour costs. This trend is also true in the government sector, which is under increasing pressure to reduce costs by reducing their employment levels.

All market indications show that current trends in manufacturing will continue to dictate future corporate personnel policies similar to those of today. Companies must be able to predict changing market conditions and act swiftly to take advantage of slower competitors.

Employing bright, young, recent graduates who also have the benefit of 20, 30 or more years of experience to draw on make for an unbeatable combination. A company can then have the best of both conditions, employees who are able to act swiftly and decisively, without making the costly mistakes of inexperience.

Future Services

We will continually expand our services based on industry trends and changing client needs. Sticking to the plan of maintaining our low overhead allows us to continue to be quick and flexible in response to changing requirements. We get feedback from clients and industry surveys in order to stay as current in the market as possible. The key markets for consulting services are corporations, governments of all sizes, crown corporations, hospitals and educational facilities.

Researching the Need for Consultants

"Organizations are now realizing that years of downsizing and job-hopping in the overheated information technology economy have resulted in the loss of the corporate knowledge base. In many cases, the users do not really understand the systems that they are supposed to be using or enhancing." - Paul and Sarah Edwards, authors of Finding Your Perfect Work




Elegance or Confusion? To some people, this is a functional, elegant design. To others it represents something confusing and not at all comforting in its simplicity. It is an example of one person's treasure is another's.well, certainly not treasure. Let our professionals bridge the two extremes and render order out of confusion. That is what we do.
The Horizon

One of Funk and Wagnalls' definitions of horizon: "The bounds or limits of one's observations, knowledge or experience" Our vision will take us far beyond today's limits.
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