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Last Updated: 2013-11-26

Acosys Consulting Services

Company information

 
 
Legal Name:   Acosys Consulting Services
Operating Name:   Acosys Consulting Services
 
Mailing Address
591-100 Alexis-Nihon Blvd
SAINT-LAURENT, Quebec
H4M 2P1
Location Address
591-100 Alexis-Nihon Blvd
SAINT-LAURENT, Quebec
H4M 2P1
 
Telephone: (514) 744-9433
Ext: 118
Fax: (514) 744-6768
Email: dacco@acosysconsulting.com
Website URL: http://www.acosysconsulting.com 
 
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Contact information

 
David Acco
  Title:   President
  Area of Responsibility:   Management Executive
  Telephone:   (514) 744-9433
  Ext:   112
  Fax:   (514) 744-6768
  Email:   dacco@acosysconsulting.com
 
 
Julie Lepage
  Title:   Vice President
  Area of Responsibility:   Management Executive
  Telephone:   (514) 744-9433
  Ext:   111
  Fax:   (514) 744-6768
  Email:   jlepage@acosysconsulting.com
 

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Company description

 
Our business offers consulting services in three areas:

Integrated system / Information Technology consulting
Human Resources consulting
Aboriginal policy and analysis development consulting

1. Our business focuses on IS/IT (Integrated system / Information Technology) such as business analysis for introduction of business system, of re-engineering of existing processes or creation of new processes, system and business user acceptance testing. All these services are provided in accordance to industry standard best practices for IS/IT development i.e. Enterprise Resource and Planning (ERP) and Customer Resource Management (CRM) Systems. The company will provide support services for the implementation of ERP and CRM system and/or the recommended changes and/or review of the requirements and processes to ensure adherence to the standards.

2. Another aspect of our business is offering Human Resources consulting to improve productivity, efficiency and employee morale. We offer customers with customized solutions to supplement existing human resources department based on our customers’ unique needs in the following fields:

Organizational development
Identify and recommend Training needs
Employee policy development and review. For example: harassment policy, employee guidelines, termination, hiring, contractors, etc.
Reorganization I.e. termination package

3. This part of the business offers Aboriginal policy development, analysis and recommendations on Aboriginal women, on and off-reserve Aboriginal issues.  
Country of Ownership: Canada  
Year Established: 2006
Exporting: Yes  
Primary Industry (NAICS): 541510 - Computer Systems Design and Related Services
Alternate Industries (NAICS): 541612 - Human Resources Consulting Services
541619 - Other Management Consulting Services
541690 - Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services
Primary Business Activity: Services  
Number of Employees:
Aboriginal Firm: Registered Aboriginal Business under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB)

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Product / Service / Licensing

 
Service Name: Aboriginal Policy Development
 
Capacity Training

Acosys can provide to Aboriginal organizations and First Nations Government capacity training for employees and board members, such as key points for employers of the provincial/federal employment laws, how to effectively recruit and retain your employees, roles and responsibilities of employees and board members. We can also customize training based on your current needs and assist you in the development of employee policies to assist you in the day-to-day management of your workforce. By informing and training your employees and board members, you will save money on your employment costs.

Research

Acosys also provides research and policy development services to Aboriginal organizations and governments. Past policy papers have focused on the impact of Bill C-31 on Aboriginal women, the division of matrimonial property on reserves, financial independence for non-governmental organizations as well as the human resources, economic development and employability of Aboriginal peoples.

Our policy papers depict the existing situation, outline possibilities and recommend options in order to help executive officers and board members decide the best course of action. The research, analysis and writing completed for the policy papers encompasses both legal and policy perspectives.

 
Service Name: Human Resources Consulting
 
HR Services
Acosys provides unique solutions for HR departments based on client requirements. Our professional team of HR consultants offers customized solutions to supplement the resources of existing HR departments. In the areas of:
• Employee Policy Development
• Recruitment
• Termination of Employment
• Collective Bargaining
• Managing employees
• Organizational Development
• Succession Planning
• Training
• Health and Safety

Our consultants are trained in federal, Quebec and Ontario labour and employment law.

Aboriginal Policy Development
Acosys has a proven track record for developing Aboriginal policy for Governments, NGO and Private Industry. Acosys can provide the following:

Capacity Training
Acosys can provide to Aboriginal organizations and First Nations Government capacity training for employees and board members, such as key points for employers of the provincial/federal employment laws, how to effectively recruit and retain your employees, roles and responsibilities of employees and board members. We can also customize training based on your current needs and assist you in the development of employee policies to assist you in the day-to-day management of your workforce. By informing and training your employees and board members, you will save money on your employment costs.
Research
Acosys also provides research and policy development services to Aboriginal organizations and governments. Past policy papers have focused on the impact of Bill C-31 on Aboriginal women, the division of matrimonial property on reserves, financial independence for non-governmental organizations as well as the human resources, economic development and employability of Aboriginal peoples.

Our policy papers depict the existing situation, outline possibilities and recommend options in order to help executive officers and board members decide the best course of action. The research, analysis and writing completed for the policy papers encompasses both legal and policy perspectives.


 
Service Name: IS/IT
 
Our business focuses on IS/IT (Integrated system / Information Technology) such as business analysis for introduction of business system, of re-engineering of existing processes or creation of new processes, system and business user acceptance testing. All these services are provided in accordance to industry standard best practices for IS/IT development i.e. Enterprise Resource and Planning (ERP) and Customer Resource Management (CRM) Systems. The company will provide support services for the implementation of ERP and CRM system and/or the recommended changes and/or review of the requirements and processes to ensure adherence to the standards.

 

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Market profile

Alliances:

  • Financial
  • Technology

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Sector information

Key / Major clients:

Kahnawake Economic Development Commission
Health Canada
Bank of Montreal
Modis
Accenture
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Métis National Council
EDS Canada (now HP Solutions)
Environics Canada (Urban Aboriginal Peoples Survey)
Canada Post Corporation
Air Canada
Ontario Native Women's Association
Native Women's Association of Canada
Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte
Bombardier
Hydro Quebec
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