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Alex MacKenzie Vice President

Alex MacKenzie

Vice President

Alex MacKenzie plays a key role in the Procom organization which include joint operational responsibility for Procom’s Toronto operations, strategic and operational responsibility for Procom’s Enterprise service line and executive involvement in Procom’s corporate marketing efforts.  

Mr. MacKenzie began his tenure at Procom in 1997 as an account manager working with strategic Procom Clients, strengthening the company’s position at the forefront of the Contract Workforce Management industry. His role in the company has evolved in conjunction with Procom’s tremendous growth.

Mr. MacKenzie sits on Procom’s Management Team, tasked with strategic planning and decision making for the organization. He sits on the board of directors for the National Association of Computer Consulting Businesses (NACCB) in Canada and is a well-respected member of the Staffing and Recruiting industry.

Growing up in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Mr. MacKenzie graduated from Lakehead University with an Honours Bachelor of Commerce in 1994.

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