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1502-275 Slater Street

Ottawa, ON

K1P 5H9

613 563 2579


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CACHE Consulting's SAP track record over the past decade is impressive...

CACHE consultants are leaders in the Federal Government of Canada since the first SAP implementation at the Treasury Board of Canada in 1997. They continue to lead the current wave of shared systems implementing new Business Process Technologies allowing the Government of Canada to bring about change in the reduction of data duplication and introduction of business workflow efficiencies.

In 2006, several of our consultants were internationally commended by the Americas SAP User Group for winning the ASUG Impact Award celebrating the success of the Government of Canada - IFMS Program Office. The overall standardization project provided road maps, conversion and change management strategies to improve business practices with the Federal  Government. The estimated cost avoidance (ROI) was projected to be in excess of 20 million dollars.

CACHE consultants are some of the most experienced resources in the National Capital Region when it comes to understanding the intricacies of Federal policies and procedures. Their expertise spans various technical and functional roles including project management and application architecture. These consultants currently provide implementation and maintenance support to most departments and agencies within the GOC SAP Cluster.

Since 2010, by leveraging this wealth of experience, CACHE Consulting  has seen a 400% increase in professional services contracts. Cache Consultants have been key contributors to many successful SAP projects for clients such as:

  • Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada / NRCan
  • Bank of Canada
  • Citizenship & Immigration Canada
  • City of Ottawa

  • Department of Justice
  • Health Canada
  • IFMS Program Office (PWGSC)
  • Industry Canada
  • National Research Council
  • PWGSC SIGMA Project