Inergi is a technology service centre wholly owned by Capgemini Canada Inc. Our focus is providing information technology solutions to the energy sector by leveraging our state of the art data centre and expertise in applications for energy companies. Inergi offers a broad range of information technology services including applications development and maintenance, web development, infrastructure and operations support. Our specialties within the application area are SAP, Passport, Microsoft Office and Oracle.
Capgemini, one of the world’s foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, enables its clients to transform and perform through technologies. Capgemini provides its clients with insights and capabilities that boost their freedom to achieve superior results through a unique way of working – the Collaborative Business Experience – and through a global delivery model called Rightshore®, which aims to offer the right resources in the right location at competitive cost. Present in 44 countries, Capgemini employs over 135,000 people worldwide.
1. Perform product verification in accordance with product verification plan, and recommend modifications during product cycle, as required. Receive assignment from Manager with verification plan, specifications, drawings or other supporting data. Discuss potential problem areas, and prepare or contribute to the preparation of product verification plans as necessary. Work closely with Strategic Procurement and vendors in the definition of contract verification plans. Discuss work schedules, drawings, suborders, etc, with Supplier Management Supervisor, and the vendor’s staff, to ensure clarification of contract. Review, evaluate, approve or recommend for approval, the vendors’ inspection and test plans to ensure that they meet contractual requirements. Witness tests and ensure that test equipment and methods used are correct and acceptable. When product does not comply with the contract, influence the vendor to take appropriate action to correct the problem and prevent recurrence. Keep Manager and Supplier Management Supervisor informed, especially if product quality requirements are not being met and attempts to correct them are meeting resistance.
2. Perform ongoing assessment of vendors’ quality programs and recommend acceptance of implemented program. Assist the vendor, where required, to develop an appropriate quality program by advising them of Hydro One quality requirements and monitor conformance. Obtain and review Quality Program Manuals, perform implementation checks and recommend acceptance of vendors’ Quality Programs. Prepare a procedures compliance plan, receive Supplier Management Supervisor’s concurrence and perform the activities defined in the plan. Work with vendor to resolve product non-compliance issues, escalating when necessary. When Quality Program non-conformances are detected, influence the vendor to take appropriate action to correct the problem and prevent recurrence. Notify Manager of major occurrences and non-compliance. Participate in quality audits.
3. Expedite the delivery of equipment, materials and services, to ensure contract delivery dates are maintained. Prepare a delivery conformance plan, identifying the critical elements and defining the key dates, and activity required. Monitor the vendor’s overall activities and trends to ensure that the contract delivery dates are met. Perform the activities defined in the plan, including expediting Hydro One’s commitments to the vendor. Discuss delivery problems with the vendor’s representative, solicit solutions, make recommendations and influence them to take corrective action to prevent delays. Report on progress, deviation from schedules as well as corrective action taken and estimate product delivery dates. Input delivery information into Hydro One’s info