Boasting over 30 years of experience, Denis Boucher has participated in the implementation of various software packages in more than sixty projects, having held the roles of analyst, project manager, PMO director, solution architect, and quality advisor. These projects have helped him acquire unique and diversified knowledge in the pharmaceutical, food, aerospace, furniture, building products, and processing industries. His vast experience allows him to keenly understand companies' business needs, challenges, and constraints. As president, founder, and SAP project management expert, he proudly offers his vision and excellent practices to DBC Conseils' clients.
Recognized for his personal and team leadership skills, Denis is particularly known for his ability to mobilize project teams by applying a technique based on the following pillars: People, Process, Technology. His goal is to highlight project resources and possible solutions in order to ensure a project’s success, using the absolute best business practices to optimize the entire process.
As Founding president of DBC Conseils and project manager Denis’ goal is to increase the productivity of Quebec companies. In order to achieve this, he strongly encourages his team to undergo continuous training, taking inspiration from the German propensity to complete 100 hours of training per year. Denis firmly believes that a team that stays at the cutting edge of the best leadership practices, software packages, business processes, and human skills contributes greatly to an implementation project’s success.
Denis earned his Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Polytechnique Montreal. He is a Certified Fellow in Production and Inventory Management (CFPIM) as well as a SAP-Certified Supply Chain Consultant. He also holds the PMI Project Management Professional (PMP) designation.
In his spare time, Denis enjoys practicing any sport that requires two wheels or two skis: mountain biking, road biking, cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, ski touring, and fat biking. He also loves to travel with his family, prioritizing two important activities: eating well and drinking well (definitely evident when he organizes the DBC 5@7!).