Our Clients

Examples of CWthree's services are represented by the following noteworthy projects:

School of Business, Technology Commercialization Centre
University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta

Implemented on-line management processes to organize, communicate and promote entrepreneurial development program for postgraduate students, including the planning of off-site seminars and retreats for participants from U. of Calgary and U. of Alberta.

Encompass Canada, An HP USer Group
(formerly Dgital Equipment Canada Users Society)
Hewlett-Packard (Canada)
Toronto, Ontario

Redeveloped and reorganized HP customers in Canada under one user group. Primary challenges involved identifying channels of information exchange for users of HP enterprise technologies and Compaq/Digital heritage technologies, establishing the user group as a national association of Canadian HP users, and transforming the management of the association into an on-line national organization.

Canadian Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology
(now CanmetENERGY)
Natural Resources Canada
Varennes, Quebec

Developed on-line platform to accommodate tools for communication, collaboration and cultivating 'communities of practice' to improve operational efficiency for new government research organization respresented by NRCan, NRC and Environment Canada. Key challenges are defining best practices, identifying communication requirements and transforming collaboration processes into an on-line environment.

PeopleForce
Knowledge Management Ventures, Inc.
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Developed workflow processes to manage a virtual community of workers (virtual workforce) where tasks can be completed on-line efficiently with cost savings to the client and its customers. The project involved implementing social networking tools and community building practices to establish an on-line environment that is conducive to creating a more productive virtual workforce.

CBDC Atlantic
Community Business Development Corporations
(Partner of Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency)
Ferryland, Newfoundland and Labrador

Applied on-line management practices to organize project stakeholders (event organizers, sponsors, special interest groups and competitors) from Ontario, Quebec and Newfoundland in the planning of a first time bicycling event to promote the economic diversity of the Avalon Penninsula.

 
     
 
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