Becoming an HR&DC Alliance Partner or Preferred Vendor
HR&DC has been conducting discussions with for-profit companies to create strategic alliance partnerships to bring the needed resources to implement and manage the plan for The Haitian Renaissance. Industries and/or sectors include but are not limited to:
Two Alliance Partner Programs
Two programs are available for companies to participate in this nation-changing initiative – Strategic Alliance Partners and Preferred Vendors.
Strategic Alliance Partners
Strategic Alliance Partners provide a major contribution or critically needed resource for success of the initiative on a regular and on-going basis to achieve this status with HR&DC. Included in this relationship category are manufacturers interested in facilities in the enterprise zones within the 5 new Haitian cities.
Preferred Vendors have expertise or a discipline required in some form or fashion during the execution phase of this initiative. Preferred vendors are among a short-list of companies considered when suppliers cannot be found within Haiti.
Current Alliance Partners include:
Infinity Consulting & Training, Inc.
A privately held firm providing business consulting services to small and mid-sized companies. Infinity specializes in management consulting, systems integration, process re-engineering, and customized training programs. Infinity’s mission is to provide customers with cost effective solutions crafted to meet the unique strategic goals of its clients. For 14 years, they’ve successfully guided numerous clients through the maze of constant business and technology change, while maintaining a focus on delivering innovative, practical and reliable results at a fair price.
Consulting: From strategic management to general management, IT consulting to process improvement and implementation, Infinity offers its customers solutions that allow them to quickly and efficiently improve their business and bottom-line.
Systems Integration: When it comes to complex, mission-critical systems integration tasks, Infinity has successfully operated in some of the most regulated environments, satisfying even the most demanding of clients. They have guided their customers through the planning, design and implementation of proven, innovative custom or packaged solutions that have helped them achieve their business objectives.
Process Re-engineering: Infinity employs a collaborative approach to process improvement, with solutions geared toward their Clients Company and industry. Infinity fixes what’s broken and leaves what’s not broken alone.
Training Programs: One of Infinity’s core specialties is in the creation of “industry-centric” and “company-specific” training programs. Their quality programs bring about greater skills, improved attitudes and morale, and foster consistently better results.
Dino Eliadis, Inc.
DE, Inc. brings nearly 18 years of project management and operational experience to this initiative. Of special note for this initiative, DE, Inc. has worked extensively in the construction and manufacturing arenas, with a special concentration of efforts within the strategic and regulatory fields. Their experience also includes working on a national standard’s board developing unified standards for organizational project management. Additionally, DE Inc’s. Founder and President, Dino Eliadis, brings federal program management experience via his 7½ year in the Unites States Air Force.
Morales Design Studio, Inc.
MDS has over 34 years experience as a design professional and 24 years as a general contractor. Bobby Morales, founder, holds a number of certificates and a Florida Class “A” General Contractor’s licensed. He has vast and comprehensive experience with post-disaster restoration.
This work includes damage assessment, design and construction post-Hurricane Andrew, primarily in the single-family and multifamily restoration and rebuilding work. He also designed and worked on temporary shelters and affordable replacement housing for the US Gulf Coast region after Hurricane Katrina.
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