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Interview with Bravo’s Sexton goes beyond Ontario Government implementation

August 3, 2017

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Claire Sexton, who has taken the helm of the Ontario Government implementation from former BravoSolution VP Dan Warn made two interesting statements regarding the status of the at times challenging initiative. In case you missed my previous posts on this story, here is the link to access the archive. To start, Sexton indicated that they have […]

Dan Warn leaves BravoSolution; how will his departure affect the Ontario implementation?

July 28, 2017

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Hey Jon, Things are great in Ontario – was just there this week where we discussed broadening the scope of our solution.  Good stuff.  We’re also getting a lot of traction in private sector in Canada as a result of the recent IBM news and SAP precipitous drop in the MQ (well, and our own […]

Despite early challenges, Bravo appears on track to make Ontario initiative a success by Jon Hansen

November 10, 2015

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For those of you who followed my coverage of BravoSolution this past summer, you will know that information sources provided a detailed (and graphic) picture of an initiative that looked to be in trouble. Specifically, Bravo’s challenges in terms of its platform gaining traction within the Ontario Government. To their credit, rather than ducking the tough […]

Highlights from my interview with Bravo VP Dan Warn regarding Ontario Government implementation by Jon Hansen

July 15, 2015

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Yesterday’s interview with Bravo Vice President Dan Warn was a fast but comfortably-paced discussion, in which the exec provided much needed insight into the Ontario government implementation, including the purported challenges highlighted in my recent posts. The big question of course was whether or not Bravo has or had employed strong-arm tactics, by suggesting that […]

Sorry about that chief: The old secret uncompetitive bid process involving a foreign vendor trick

August 5, 2011

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“Our problem is they’ve given a foreign company, in a secret uncompetitive process, 2,500 megawatts of installed capacity, a portion of the grid that’s larger than (the power from) Niagara Falls,” said Wilson. “Ontario families are tired of secret deals, they’re tired of skyrocketing hydro prices and they’re tired of Dalton McGuinty’s energy experiments.” from […]