OTTAWA, June 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - As Canada's leading provider of contingent workforce solutions to North American Fortune 1000 firms, HCMWorks continues to invest in their leadership team to address the continued growth.
"While Canada's economy continues to soften (in large part as a result of the lower energy prices we enjoyed late in 2014), proactive firms are looking inward for efficiencies and savings as a means to fortifying their bottom lines" states HCMWorks President and CEO Julia Fournier.
"Through strategic investments in staffing, our team has been able to consistently serve our growing client base while capitalizing on the recent shifts in the Canada's economy" added Fournier.
To address client needs, HCMWorks has hired Andrew Hinchliff who will act as HCMWorks Sr. Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer. Andrew brings 25 years of progressive leadership experience across multiple disciplines, including sales process reengineering, marketing, operations, product design and development and executive management in organizations ranging from start-up to the Fortune 500.
Mr. Hinchliff has demonstrated consistent overachievement across multiple verticals as illustrated by his work with Candour, Dell, Yellow Pages, Iron Mountain, Workstream and Kelly OCG.
"Andrew is a passionate, innovative and results-oriented, senior leader who has worked with C-Level & VP level executives representing the who's who of North America's Fortune 1000 firms. We welcome him to his role with HCMWorks" indicates Julia.
HCMWorks is Canada's largest procurement focused management consulting firm. HCMWorks has assisted more Fortune 1000 firms realize bottom-line savings through the delivery of procurement efficiencies than any other. Clients who partner with HCMWorks enjoy significant reductions in indirect operational costs through increased transactional visibility, improved economies of scale, access to cost-effective labour resources & suppliers.