MaxSys joins CATAAlliance – Accentuating the Importance of Talent in Driving Organizational Success
September 11, 2014

The Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATAAlliance) is pleased to announce that MaxSys has formally joined as the latest corporation supporting its innovation and public safety mandate.

“We see MaxSys being an integral part in helping us advance our public safety mandate,” says CATAAlliance President and CEO, John Reid. “MaxSys understands the key challenges organizations face in attracting and retaining highly qualified resources with valid security credentials and experience. Properly addressing the human quotient of public safety and security strategies is a critical success factor whether it is for a national or institutional need. We look forward to working with their team on many different fronts. ”

“MaxSys is pleased to be aligning with CATAAlliance and helping advance the work of its public safety advisory board,” says MaxSys President, Bryan Brulotte. “Furthermore, we recognize CATA’s commitment to advancing the growth of highly qualified talent in Canada and employers’ access to them. These are areas where our firm can bring the knowledge of our team and application of our resources to bear in advancing solutions that help address them.”

Watch for your invite to TechNOW live for an interview between John Reid and Bryan  on: Talent Attraction and Retention.

To learn more about CATAAlliance’s Public Safety Advisory Board, please visit:

About  MaxSys

MaxSys is a professional staffing and solutions firm, offering the best in innovative and creative professional service needs.

MaxSys traces its origins back to 1993. All the experience, quality and professionalism that you have come to expect from a national firm are offered by MaxSys. Since 1993, we have been providing quality contract and temporary help services to the private and public sector.

MaxSys is committed to Employment Equity objectives and is proud to have served many clients in this regards ensuring a more representative proportion of working people in designated groups.