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New Approaches to Cost Savings

Small but Scalable Why Organizations need to Re-Conceptualize their Approach to Cost Savings Overview In recent years, both public and private organizations have been under immense pressure to reduce capital spending. Scrutiny from shareholders, employees and customers has forced many organizations to look inward for ways of reducing costs. Emphasis has been placed on scaling… read more →




Retail Supply Chain Challenges

What is Supply Chain Management? Supply Chain Management (SCM) is the management of a network of interconnected businesses involved in the provision of product and service packages required by the end customers in a supply chain. Supply chain management spans all movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-process inventory, and finished goods from point of… read more →




Trindent is Hiring in Summer 2012

Trindent Consulting is hiring at all levels for consulting positions for start dates in June, July, August and September.  In particular, we are looking for strong industry experience and exposure in Insurance Operations, Retail Operations, Pharmaceutical Supply Chain,  Hospital Performance Improvement, Medical Devices Supply Chain. What you can expect at Trindent: -Compensation that is a… read more →




Happy Holidays from Trindent Consulting

Trindent Consulting wishes all of our clients, staff and business partners a Happy Holidays and prosperous New Year! Our offices will be closed from 23 December 2011 and will re-open on January 3 2012.




2012 Campus Recruitment

Trindent Consulting will be conducting a campus information session at the Richard Ivey Business School on Thursday September 22nd at 5:30pm.  All interested MBA,  HBA and MSc applicants are encouraged to attend and meet some members of the team.  We’ll be covering: -What to look for in a consulting career & firm -The consulting lifestyle… read more →




The Future Supply Chain

What Does the Supply Chain of the Future Look Like? Many of our clients are interested in moving to the ‘next-generation’ of supply chain, as a reaction to competitive pressures or changes in market dynamics.  The salient question is – just how far in the future can we push a supply chain? Evidently, the focus… read more →




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