Founded in 2018 and located downtown London, Ontario, cymplify.IT serves South-Western Ontario providing technology advisory, consulting, and managed IT services and support.
Our Mission: Through our partnerships with government corporations, nonprofits, and businesses with a social impact, we will create a positive impact on our local and global communities. We will guide and support our partners in the effective use of information technology and, in so doing, better facilitate the pursuit of their mission.
Why the focus on nonprofits, government agencies, and social enterprises?
Without a focus on an industry, we would become yet another IT support firm able to support your technology, but unable to understand your business clearly.
We want to provide real tangible business value to our clients, and the only way to do that is to plug ourselves into their world. And what better world to dedicate ourselves to than the one where we see hard-working individuals working tirelessly in the aid of others, often underfunded, often with limited exposure to technology.
Who wouldn't want to dedicate themselves to this crowd?
Commitment to Values
Cymplify IT Incorporated believes in an ethical marketplace where buyers and sellers trust each other. We are accredited by the Better Business Bureau. Our profile can be seen by linking through our seal.
We are also working hard toward our long-term goal of becoming a certified B Corporation.
Fred has been working in IT for over twenty years, the majority of which has been spent working with large installation data center technology. His knowledge of IT infrastructure and cloud computing is as broad as it is deep.
Most recently Fred has served as an industry analyst and adviser, providing IT decision makers with insight on their key initiatives, both remotely as well as through on-site engagements.
Recognizing there are unique challenges with the non-commercial nature within which nonprofits and government IT run, Fred has always been keen to work with these teams. He has lead onsite engagements with several state, county and city governments over developing cloud strategies and building roadmaps for infrastructure modernization. He recently spoke at MISA Ontario, a municipal IT conference, on the topic of how to engage non-IT stakeholders into discussions on moving applications to the cloud.
Scott's twenty-five years in IT has been split almost equally between large network service providers and IT services firms. His technical expertise in networking, infrastructure and cloud computing, is unparalleled.
In spite of this depth, it has been his time both as a key account director in IT services , as well as a consulting and advisory lead for an an IT research firm, that has provided him with a wealth of experience in working with IT leaders.
Scott has worked shoulder-to-shoulder with the leaders and practitioners of Canadian and American government IT, at the federal, provincial/state, and municipal level alike. With these organizations he's consulted on network architecture, disaster recovery builds, service desk optimizations and large-scale business transformation initiatives.