“Linea has been instrumental in managing this project. Not only have they helped us to re-scope the project, they saved us a considerable amount of money in the process.”
“TrialPhase dramatically lowered the risk of selecting the wrong vendor and the wrong product. We gained a great understanding of the people we’d be working with, and walked away with confidence we certainly didn’t have before.”
“Linea helped us reach a level of organizational maturity we’ve never known. We’re more able to complete large projects on time, and to accommodate smaller business rule changes that are typical of fund administration.”
Mr. Tagawa specializes and consults in the strategic design of many of Linea's projects, and helps set up business process re-engineering and change management programs. He oversees operations outside of Southern California, as well as our team of directors.
Mr. Colker brings a vast knowledge of business rules, processes and procedures into focus. He consults on many projects at all levels, bringing both strategic and tactical expertise. He oversees the Southern California operations, and is responsible for recruitment.
Vice President of Sales
Mr. Haws provides executive oversight on many key projects in addition to heading business development. With 30+ years of industry experience, his focus on vendor oversight, systems integration, and large software implementations makes him a vital resource for our public pension clients.
Mary Anne Walker
Director of Consulting Services
With 20+ years in the industry, Ms. Walker is one of our senior practice leaders. She manages Linea’s consultants and develops standards for business process reengineering, change management, large system integration, and other core projects for public pension and health care clients.
Most major systems projects will force a change to business process. One of the keys to the implementation is to make sure the business process changes for the better—the process should become more efficient, more accurate, or provide additional value for the pension organization. We have seen business process improvement initiatives take place during different points in the projects: some clients attempt to create a future state process at the beginning of the project. Others wait until the software vendor is selected, and then try to create new processes during the course of the implementations. Finally, some clients wait until the software is implemented, and modify the business processes to best utilize the new system.Read More