VANCOUVER, British Columbia Sierra Systems, a leading IT services and management consulting firm, has published an article in response to the recent announcement of the BC Ministry of Citizens’ Services new procurement strategy and advances being made by the Digital Technology Supercluster.The Digital Technology Supercluster is a consortium of some of the world’s biggest names in healthcare, telecommunications, natural resources, and computing, along with start ups, SMEs, researchers, and post secondary institutions all working together to solve some of the most pressing productivity, health, and sustainability challenges facing Canada and the world today.While the Digital Technology Supercluster aligns with Sierra Systems’ overall strategy and focus on innovation as well as growth in BC’s and Canada’s technology industries, today’s article reflects on additional insights on further improving Canada’s support of local technology firms, ultimately improving BC’s competitive advantage in the industry.From its start up in Vancouver in 1966, Sierra has grown into the one of BC’s largest technology sector consultancies, employing more than 350 professionals in BC, and approximately 800 across Canada. There have been several key elements in the BC government’s strategies that have supported Sierra’s success as an innovator, employer of choice, and community advocate.”Sierra Systems has been fortunate to work with innovators in the BC public sector space for the past five decades” said Patricia Kaiser, COO, Sierra Systems. “We have built long lasting relationships with BC’s public sector leaders based on trust and commitment to the innovation journey.About Sierra SystemsHeadquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia and founded in 1966, Sierra Systems is a leading Canadian IT services and management consulting firm offering a full range of advisory, systems development and integration, and application managed services.
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