George Schindler Promoted as President of CGI’s U.S. and Canada Divisions

George D. Schindler, CGI

In a recent earnings call, Michael Roach, President and CEO of CGI, announced that George Schindler willl now serve as President of the company’s U.S. and Canada division. Schindler was promoted to President of CGI’s U.S. operations in September 2011.

You can read the full January 30th earnings call statement here:

“Our sales funnels have been fully integrated and we now have very good visibility on billions of dollars of opportunities across our key offerings and the expanded markets we now cover.  Our backlog at the end of the quarter was $18.3 billion, up from $13.6 billion in the year ago period.  As we did with previous acquisitions, while executing the cost side of our strategic plan, we have begun intensifying our focus on increasing our recurring revenue, with a special emphasis on our managed services offering.  As a point of reference, when we acquired AMS in 2004, our recurring revenue in the U.S. market was approximately 5 percent.  Today, it is in excess of 50 percent.  To lead this global initiative, Doug McCuaig, President, Canada, has been appointed Executive Vice-President, Global Client Transformation Services, reporting to me. In his new role, Doug will work with the SBU leaders to identify, shape and close managed services opportunities, leveraging the many new and collective client relationships arising from our merger. George Schindler, currently President, U.S., will assume full responsibility for the U.S. and Canada operations.  I’m confident that these leadership adjustments will have a positive impact on our business going forward.”

Read about Schindler’s recent Fed 100 win and his 2013 market outlook on WashingtonExec.


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