Claude Morris, MBA, ITIL, PROSCI

Claude Morris

Claude Morris , MBA, ITIL, PROSCI


Claude is a Partner with MNP’s Digital Advisory practice in Ottawa. Claude is an IT strategy and technology leader with deep knowledge and experience in project management, change management, and digitization tools and methods. He develops practical solutions to connect people, processes, and technology, and promotes organizational success in fast-paced operational environments.

Claude brings more than three decades of business transformation experience in the federal, provincial, and municipal sectors to his role. He is also highly experienced in helping private sector clients, including those in financial services and health care.

Claude holds a Bachelor’s in Law (BA) from Carleton University and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Ottawa’s Telfer School of Management. He is certified in PROSCI® and ITIL 4 (Information Technology Infrastructure Library, a framework of best practices for IT Service Management (ITSM), the discipline of designing, implementing, delivering, and supporting IT services for business clients). 

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