Started in 1997, Knomaze Corporation developed a niche in information management consultation through a number of key servicing offerings including legacy systems analysis, web design, business consulting, and publishing. Specifically, Knomaze was instrumental in Xerox Canada’s redevelopment of their modular products IT infrastructure.
In 2000, Knomaze partnered with a number of different medium sized IM/IT organizations providing expertise in business analysis, change management, organizational redesign, and web development. Working at a more local level, Knomaze helped a variety of organizations throughout North America including CACM, Inc, Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, and the Cambridge Mercantile Group.
In 2001, Knomaze was retained by EDS Canada to help re-engineer their internal project management processes for the Communication Services Division spanning 180 employees and 6 departments. With Knomaze’s help, EDS managed to achieve a 90% improvement in project delivery resulting in better on-time performance and improved customer relationships.
In 2006, Knomaze was retained by Agriculture and Agri-Foods Canada to help develop a Grants and Contributions delivery system to better address the Canadian Federal Government’s need for improved service delivery and reduced service delivery cost.
Today, Knomaze Corporation continues to work with Government, Public, and Private industry in order to provide sustainable productivity improvements.
Kevin Feenan, PMP, MBA
CEO and Managing Director
A graduate of the University of Toronto’s MBA program, Kevin started Knomaze Corporation in 1997 in Toronto, Ontario Canada. In 2008, Kevin went on to found Rockcliffe University Consortium, a California based 501c3 organization dedicated to the development of knowledge management within virtual 3D spaces. The author of several white papers on organizational design, leadership, and virtual collaborative environments, Kevin has presented at a number of conferences worldwide and continues to be active in research and development in addition to the daily operations of both Knomaze and Rockcliffe.