Novus Origo, the leader in the next generation of hybrid service firms

Paul Cevolani, the CEO of Novus Origo the leader in the next generation of hybrid service firms joins Enterprise Radio. Novus Origo is dedicated to the success of their clients by designing innovative strategies, implementing new processes & technologies, identifying cost reductions, and training organizations which result in improved operational performance and ongoing business excellence.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Paul Cevolani discuss the following:

  • Tell us about Novus Origo.
  • What are some specialties where Novus Origo is a leader?
  • Since Novus Origo has a lot of expertise concerning Middle Market companies, how is your firm’s approach to these matters different than the standard one-size-fits-all model of working with clients?
  • What are some examples of successes accomplished by Novus Origo?
  • Novus Origo also has considerable experience working with the government. Tell us more about that.
  • What else would you like prospective clients to know about Novus Origo?

Duration: 10:11

About Novus Origo

We specialize in Program & Project Management, Strategic Consulting, Sourcing/Acquisition Consulting, and Training Services with a focus in the areas of; Information Technology (IT, HRIT, ITO, & Cloud), Systems Integration, Business Process Management & Re-engineering, and Business Process Outsourcing (ERP, HRO, FAO, & RPO).

Our proven Service Delivery Model is delivered by a team of highly experienced executives and consultants from leading advisory companies and government agencies such as; Accenture, IBM, Hewitt Associates, Ernst & Young, PeopleSoft, and the U.S. Navy, and is strategically designed to drive efficiencies and achieve service excellence throughout an organization.

We bring over 30 years of hands-on experience planning, managing, and delivering success on some of the most complex and challenging projects for Fortune 500, Middle Market clients, and Government organizations.

Our passion, work ethic, and commitment to achieving service excellence for our clients are unrivaled!

Novus Origo delivers success…and our experience proves it!

Paul Cevolani / President and Chief Executive Officer

Paul leads the Novus Origo team with over 30 years of extensive experience across Government and Fortune 500 companies with projects ranging in size from small offerings to large complex deals (1.2 Billion), for a variety of services in multiple locations and countries. Paul brings to Novus Origo an in-depth experience in the areas of; Strategic Planning, Operations Delivery, Outsourcing Operations, Business Optimization, Business Process Analysis and Reengineering, Change Management, Risk Management, Mergers and Acquisitions, Governance & Relationship Management, and Service Start-Up Operations.

Paul served in the United States Navy in various technical and leadership roles, and retired after twenty years of service. He attained the prestigious rank of Command Master Chief Petty Officer early in his naval career, and was nominated for the position of Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy, the Navy’s highest enlisted position.

Paul holds a Bachelors degree (Cum Laude) and a Masters of Business Administration degree from National University.

Paul also graduated 2nd in his class from the U.S. Navy’s prominent Senior Leadership Academy which trains a selected top 1 percent of the Navy’s Senior Enlisted personnel in the areas of Strategic Leadership, Executive Management, and Communications.

Additionally, Paul holds a SPHR (Senior Professional in Human Resources) certification from the Human Resources Certification Institute.

Paul serves as an Executive Board member for a San Diego Non Profit Organization which is dedicated to helping families and youths in need of support, counseling, and assistance.

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