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HAELO to launch Distributed Intelligence software at DSEI

Posted 5 September 2019 · Add Comment

Glasgow based HAELO Consulting is launching its Distributed Intelligence software at DSEI next week (10th-13th September).



HAELO combines rigorous methodology, cloud software and people powered intelligence to close the gap between management perception and the operating reality, in seconds.

HAELO Distributed Intelligence software uses people powered intelligence to enable the delivery of desired effects by employing human as sensors to continually probe and sense the health of complex programmes to provide decision makers with intuitive, real-time situational awareness.

Whether Governing, Delivering, Assuring or Transforming performance, HAELO Distributed Intelligence software will:

  • Establish control quickly
  • Increase accountability
  • Put awareness at your fingertips
  • Keep everyone informed
  • Give early warning of Issues and Risks
  • Target decisions and actions

HAELO Consulting was established in 2016 by Founder Mick O’Connor.  Mick O’Connor is Chartered Engineer and Chartered Director with over 25 years leadership experience in the defence/aerospace, aviation, shipbuilding and oil/petrochemical sectors.  Mick was appointed Chair of the Aerospace, Defence, Marine and Security Industry Leadership Group by the Scottish Government and led the development of the Aerospace, Defence, Marine & Security Industrial Strategy for Scotland in 2016.

HAELO is the consultancy company which helps leaders to bridge gaps between management perception and operating reality.  HAELO uses the Organisational Meshing® framework to combine rigorous methodology, cloud software and situational awareness. 

Mick O’Connor, Managing Director, HAELO Consulting, said: "In large programmes so much goes on at the same time that it can easily be overwhelming. 

"I set myself the challenge of creating a simple solution which allows leaders to stay in touch with the performance of entire programmes from the convenience of their mobile phone."

 

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