RoboMQ’s Data Integration Helps Conserve Canada’s Natural Beauty

Nature Conservancy of Cananda
The Nature Conservancy of Canada uses data integration to automate business processes.

For both the experienced outdoor enthusiast and those just looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, few experiences connect us with our inner human spirit like taking a step into the great outdoors. Whether it’s hiking the longer trail just to get that perfect view, taking it slow on a relaxing fishing trip, or enjoying a night with friends by a campfire, almost everyone has a fond memory of a time they went into nature.

As the third largest country in the world by land area, Canada has a wealth of natural beauty on offer, and the Nature Conservancy of Canada has been working to protect and preserve the country’s heritage and biodiversity for 60 years and counting. With a team over 400 members strong, Canada’s leading conservation non-profit is constantly on the front lines of the fight against climate change and inspiring the next generations to take up the challenge through internship programs.

However, before new employees can tackle the mountain that is climate change, they must be properly onboarded and integrated. When interns are waiting for access to key systems, their path to success is already tilted uphill, and every resource that gets sucked into tedious, manual, and repetitive tasks is one that is not fulfilling the NCC’s mission to protect and preserve. This is where RoboMQ’s “Hire2Retire” employee lifecycle management system comes to help, fully automating that process for the NCC and giving them the freedom to focus on what they do best: ensuring we can all continue to share the great outdoors together.

Cameron Macaulay

Cameron Macaulay

Cameron Macaulay is a Marketing Associate with RoboMQ. Cameron graduated from Syracuse University with a major in Broadcast & Digital Journalism, and a minor in Professional & Technical Writing. Cameron combines his skills in technical writing with a passion for storytelling.

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