CPRA and ActiveXchange have launched an exciting new partnership to develop and maintain Canada's National Infrastructure Database (powered by the ActiveXchange platform), to improve and support the planning, funding and delivery decisions made throughout the Canadian sport and recreation industries, as well as all tiers of government.
Full partnership statement available here.
Environics is a data supplier and analytics consultancy who help clients to connect with consumers and markets by employing innovative approaches, robust methodologies and a collaborative culture.
ActiveXchange works with Environics to translate their market datasets into specific sport and recreation insights, by connecting this broader population data to industry datasets. Environics data also contributes to ActiveXchange's powerful predictive modelling, enabling clients to pinpoint growth areas as well as evidence local social impacts, utilizing a range of demographic, socio-economic and lifestyle profiling.
RC Strategies is a consulting firm that focuses on recreation, parks, culture and social planning for municipalities, non-profits, institutional and private sector organizations across Canada.
The firm has been in operation for over 30 years and has over 2,000 planning projects to its credit. Although RC Strategies has enjoyed much success in its past planning work, the firm is very excited to be a partner of ActiveXchange Canada in helping the sector become more connected and informed, taking the next steps in creating more data driven and evidenced based planning; an ongoing aspiration and priority within the sector for many decades.
Marmak and ActiveXchange have partnered to help organizations throughout Canada realize value from asset and infrastructure information.
Marmak is a Canadian based company. Over the last 30 years they have focused their efforts on supporting associations and municipalities with Asset Management by providing training, consulting, and software solutions to improve municipal operations and most importantly community safety.