FMI Corporation and Results Canada announce new partnership

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Raleigh-headquartered FMI Corporation, which provides management consulting, investment banking, and leader development services to the engineering and construction (E&C) industry and Results Canada, which brands itself as “Business Execution Experts”, has announced the launch of FMI Results. Created to serve as a trusted advisor to the Canadian engineering and construction industry, FMI Results helps clients build a strong foundation to maximize success, FMI says in a news release.

FMI Results allows mid-market E&C businesses to leverage FMI’s industry-leading expertise in ways that were not previously available including:

  • Training and tools for companies to master the executional aspects of their business
  • Proven methodologies for improving processes and communications
  • Expertise in helping organizations maximize their potential
  • Understanding of the Alberta business climate and landscape
  • Deep E&C Industry expertise and experience

“FMI is excited to be partnering with Results Canada,” said Chris Daum, FMI’s president and chief executive officer. “Our alliance leverages Results Canada’s proven execution practices to enable middle-market E&C companies to refine their strategies, improve execution and, ultimately, transform from good to great businesses.”

“Focused on sustainability, our partnership with FMI allows clients to create a platform for growth in a time when many organizations of this size are challenged and threatened by current economic conditions, competition and change,” said Tim O’Connor, CEO of Results Canada, based in Calgary.

With FMI Results as a strategic partner, businesses will not only be able to tackle immediate issues, but will also learn methodologies to address future challenges head-on, the news release says.

“Every engagement with FMI Results will rely on thought leadership that has been developed over six decades, allowing clients to benefit from our shared vision, resources and expertise,” said Rusty Sherwood, senior consultant at FMI Corporation.

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