We help public and private sector clients turn technology into wealth. By Making Technology Happen, we ensure that you experience the results that you require. While our service offerings are organized into twelve major categories, assignments can involve one or more of these offerings. No matter the work involved, we are personally committed to getting the job done regardless of the obstacles.
Doyletech differentiates itself from the current array of business consultants by working closely with its clients to deliver practical, measurable, and sustainable results. We are personally committed to exceeding client expectations.
As suggested by our trademarked tagline, Making Technology Happen, we specialize in helping clients turn technology into wealth. This includes not only technology startups and large multinationals, but also government departments and agencies at all levels who wish to maximize their return on investment.
Doyletech offers a wide range of services besides technology-related markets. We are specialists in economic impact assessment, market validation, and economic development/industrial analysis at both the regional and rural levels.
Doyletech was federally-incorporated in 1982 by Dr. Denzil Doyle.
Doyletech has four partners focused on different practice areas but with overlapping and complementary skill sets. They are supported by several employees and six long-time consulting associates.
Doyletech’s clients cross a wide range of public and private sectors including federal government departments, crown corporations, operating agencies and laboratories, provincial government departments, municipal governments, economic development organizations, incubator managers, university technology transfer offices, colleges and other training providers, start-up companies, multinationals, trade associations, and individual entrepreneurs. Our clients are located in Canada, the United States, as well as in Europe, India, Asia, and throughout the Caribbean.
We cannot provide a blanket reason why clients have chosen Doyletech, but current clients tell us they appreciate the practical industry experience, integrity, and passion of our consultants. Our consultants have an average of 30 years of industry and government experience and we’re able to translate that qualitatively and quantitatively to our clients’ bottom line.
All of Doyletech’s founders and partners have been actively engaged in the creation and development of several Canadian technology companies and we have been involved in the successful commercialization of technology from various government labs and entities across Canada. Such firms include Mitel, Newbridge Networks, Med-Eng Systems, Instantel Inc., TalentMap, TravelPod, BTI, among many others. This hands-on experience in making technology happen frames our consulting activities.
Yes. Green Avenue Ventures Inc. (GAVI) is related to Doyletech. It invests in early-stage companies and provides mentorship services to them. To gain the asssitance of GAVI typically requires a seat on the investee’s Board of Directors/Advisors. In every case, GAVI attempts to be a value-added investor.
Historically, Doyletech has invested in early-stage companies across Canada. Today, most investment activities are handled by a separate company called Green Avenue Ventures Inc. (GAVI). See comments above.
Our professionals have a range of merger & acquisition experience. We have been involved in successfully finding strategic partners and buyers for many firms.
Doyletech has advised on or structured several spinout situations, for both public and private sector clients. For example, we conceived and implemented a strategy to spin-out new companies from the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon (and other entities) several years ago.
Doyletech understands the importance of protecting all confidential information shared by clients. Our engagement typically includes a comprehensive confidentiality provision. We have also established systems in place to maintain confidential information. Doyletech’s professionals are experienced in the fields of law, technology commercialization, and venture capital where confidentiality is standard practice. Since our founding in 1982, Doyletech has never breached a confidentiality obligation to our clients.
Introducing Doyletech Edge – Our Online Survey System!
Arising from client demands, we introduce Doyletech Edge, a robust system for developing and administering online surveys. It has been designed to encourage survey engagement and provide timely results – both common issues in surveying today. Doyletech Edge increases response rates and provides powerful insight .
Established, Emerging, and Embryonic Industries!
Industrial sectors in which Doyletech has recently been involved with (last five years) include: first and second generation biofuels, bioprocessing, biobutanaol, astronomy, space and defence, nanotechnology, biotechnology, software, flexible electronics, semiconductors, adaptive optics, photonics, electronics manufacturing services, telecommunications, geomatics, advanced and composite materials, among others.
Technology Plus! – Our Extensive Experience
As mentioned previously, Doyletech’s skills, experience, and toolsets go beyond the technology and commercialization sectors. For example, we have recent experience in retail and industrial real estate markets, economic impact assessment across all sectors of the Canadian economy, community strategic planning, regional and rural economic development, supply-chain research, policy frameworks and program evaluations, ICT strategic planning and implementation (including change management and business process re-engineering), among other activities.
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