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Bill Morris, Senior Managing Director and Canada President, Accenture
Bill Morris leads Accenture in Canada. He was appointed to this role effective June 1, 2014 and is based in Toronto.
Previously, from 2011 to 2014, Bill led Accenture’s North America Resources operating unit. In this role, he was responsible for clients in the oil and gas, power, chemicals and natural resources industries. Bill managed the expansion of Accenture’s Digital business within the Resources industry group, launching offerings such as engineering data management, digital energy consumer, upstream production operations with SAP, intelligent pipelines with GE, and smart grid analytics with C3.
In his 30-year career at Accenture, Bill has served in many roles and was previously President of Accenture in Canada from 2003 until 2011, building a strong footprint for the company across all industry groups in Canada. During this time, Accenture also established its Skills to Succeed program, which included teaming with 40 Canadian charities. Since 2011, Accenture has been recognized as one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers, and one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers, since 2013.
Bill’s other roles have included building and operating Accenture’s Energy Consumer business, a global customer care operation based in Vancouver and Manila. He also led Sales for the Resources operating group globally. Bill has served many of Canada’s leading companies in all major industries.
Bill is on the global board of directors of Enablis, a Canadian-based organization co-founded by Accenture and Telesystem that assists entrepreneurs in developing countries. Bill is also Vice-Chair of The Jack Project, a new national initiative focused on youth mental health awareness. Bill is member of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives and past vice-chair of the Energy Policy Institute of Canada.
Bill has been with Accenture for over 30 years. He graduated in 1982 from Queen’s University with a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours).
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