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Company:
Knomaze Corporation
Website:
Location:
  • 900-275 Slater St
  • OTTAWA, ON
  • K1P5H9

Contact Information

Telephone:
613-276-1911
Alternate Telephone:
888-284-1911
Fax:
Email:
info@knomaze.com
Markets:
Australia, United Kingdom, United States
Number of Employees:
1-10
Year Established:
1997-02-01
Industries Classification:
541510  Computer Systems Design and Related Services
611710  Educational Support Services
541611  Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services
Total Sales ($CDN):
$100,000 to $199,999
Updated on:
2015-02-05,  Industry Canada
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Knomaze Corporation

Company Profile

Knomaze Corporation is a management consulting company that provides information management / information technology services including project management, business transformation, application architecture, education, and software application development. Industry sectors we have experience in include government (federal), telecommunications, manufacturing, and financial services. Our company deals exclusively with national or trans-national type organizations where the opportunities for optimization can be measured in millions of dollars. Projects we have worked on generally range in size from $2M to $30M and have 2-5 year engagements on average. Application architecture and software development projects have included most major types of technologies in play in the industry including distributed networks, mainframe, mid-range, desktop, web (ecommerce), cloud-based technologes, and virtual 3d gaming / simulation environments.

Products/Services

  • Business Consultant Analyze, evaluate, develop business processes (financial, operational, systems, etc.). Identify organizational and/or project business opportunities for improvement and streamlining of business processes. Identify and evaluate critical success parameters, factors and performance measurements. Assist other stakeholders in development and implementation of business improvement processes and programs.

  • Business Process Re-engineering (BPR) Consultant Review existing work processes and organizational structure. Analyze business functional requirements to identify information, procedures and decision flows. Identify candidate processes for re-design; prototype potential solutions, provide trade-off information and suggest a recommended course of action. Identify the modifications to the automated processes. Provide expert advice in defining new requirements and opportunities for applying efficient and effective solutions; identify and provide preliminary costs of potential options. Provide expert advice in developing and integrating process and information models between processes to eliminate information and process redundancies. Identify and recommend new processes and organizational structures. Provide expert advice on and/or assist in implementing new processes and organizational changes. Document workflows. Use business, workflow and organizational modeling software tools.

  • Business Transformation Architect Analysis and development of business success "critical success factors". Analysis and development of architecture requirements design, process development, process mapping and training. Responsible for leading other functional staff to define business strategy and processes in support of transformation and change management activities. Participate in change impact analysis and change management activities. Participate in organizational realignment (job re-design organizational re-structuring). Coordinate development of training and coordination with other stakeholders. Create presentations and present to various stakeholders, and facilitate meetings and discussions.

  • Courseware Developer Perform needs assessment/analysis for training purposes. Plan and monitor training projects. Perform job, task, and/or content analysis. Write criterion-referenced, performance-based objectives. Recommend instructional media and strategies. Develop performance measurement standards. Develop training materials. Prepare end-users for implementation of courseware materials. Communicate effectively by visual, oral, and written form with individuals, small group, and in front of large audiences.

  • Change Management Consultant Analysis and development of business "critical success factors". Analysis and development of architecture requirements design, process development, process mapping and training. Responsible for leading other functional staff to define business strategy and processes in support of transformation and change management activities. Participate in change impact analysis and change management activities. Participate in organizational realignment (job re-design organizational re-structuring). Coordinate development of training and coordination with other stakeholders. Create presentations and present to various stakeholders, and facilitate meetings and discussions.

  • Enterprise Architect Evaluate the enterprise's business/ICT architecture, determine its consistency and integration with the organization's business/ICT strategies, assess the degree of its alignment with Treasury Board CIO Business Transformation Enablement Program (BTEP) and Federated Architecture Program (FAP) and recommend changes to the business/ICT architecture to improve its alignment with these external factors. Identify future business/ICT requirements against the current enterprise architecture, perform gaps analyses, develop Requirements for Technology Architectures (RTA), and prepare migration strategies. Assess the feasibility of migrating from the current state to the target business architecture and enabling technologies and identify the risks associated with migrating to the target business architecture and technologies and make recommendations for risk mitigation. Identify business and technology trends that create opportunities for business improvement, advise business and ICT Senior Executives on ICT trends and emerging technologies and the impact on the organization's and government ICT architectures and business strategies, model "What if" scenarios and recommend appropriate changes to the existing architecture and ICT infrastructure, and recommend alternative solutions, methodologies and strategies. Produce an architectural evolution plan, recommend prioritization of architecture evolution initiatives, and develop and/or implement an architecture evolution plan. Manage the development and implementation of an architectural improvement plan. Coach, mentor and train the organization to perform any of the above.

  • Organizational Development Consultant Enable, facilitate, and mediate the evolution of the various organizational or departmental structures toward the organization's or department's desired outcome or structure. Assist with organizational needs assessment and strategic planning to ensure development of human capital to meet business objectives and goals. Provide advice, support and consultation to senior staff, business unit requests, and front line management to achieve strategic initiatives and goals. Research, design, implement and maintain employee development programs including leadership development and other management development programs. Develop and implement processes to measure the effectiveness of development and learning efforts to ensure performance improvements are focused on measurable and attainable results. Serve as an expert resource by collaborating with HR and business unit executives to ensure clear standards and metrics linked to talent reviews and employee development plans. Develop strategic partnerships with other internal project managers to identify and consult on change management initiatives to support strategic projects requiring organizational culture change. Proactively address and respond to Organizational Development issues by bringing key stakeholders together to assess root causes and performance gaps and recommend appropriate interventions. Practice continuous improvement processes and procedures, eliminating non-value added activities. Conduct focus groups and/or process improvement sessions as needed. Implement and manage the organization's training to ensure cost effective employee development activities that support the organization's strategic initiatives. Manage and facilitate organizational initiatives and projects as requested.

  • Project Executive Manage several Project Managers, each responsible for an element of the project and its associated project team. Define and document project objectives, determine budget requirements. Meet with other organizational executives to ensure all organizational (internal and external) stakeholders are committed and moving forward on project and organizational goals. Resolve issues related to the project. Prepare plans, charts, tables and diagrams to assist in analyzing or displaying problems; work with a variety of project management tools. Project sign-off.

  • Project Management Manage several Project Managers, each responsible for an element of the project and its associated project team. Manage the project during the development, implementation and operations startup by ensuring that resources are made available and that the project is developed and is fully operational within previously agreed time, cost and performance parameters. Formulate statements of problems; establishes procedures for the development and implementation of significant, new or modified project elements to solve these problems, and obtains approval thereof. Define and document the objectives for the project; determine budgetary requirements, the composition, roles and responsibilities and terms of reference for the project team. Report progress of the project on an ongoing basis and at scheduled points in the life cycle. Meets in conference with stakeholders and other project managers and states problems in a form capable of being solved. Prepare plans, charts, tables and diagrams to assist in analyzing or displaying problems; work with a variety of project management tools. Project sign-off.

  • Risk Management Specialist Conduct risk assessments. Identify project risks and overall project risks. Recommend alternative solutions, methodologies and strategies for risk mitigation and management. Produce risk management plans. Conduct risk assessments for troubled projects to quickly assess associated risks and recommend courses of action to minimize inherent risks. Assist in prioritization and assignment of risks. Assist in the development and/or implementation of Risk Management Plans. Manage the implementation of Risk Management Plans to identify, analyze, plan, track and control project risks on a continuous basis throughout the project life cycle. Coach, mentor and train project teams in risk mitigation techniques.

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