We opened up shop in 2016. Started by Scott McFie and Mark Weir, LCM Solutions combines the nimbleness, innovation, and attention you’d get from a start-up with the stability, credibility, and knowledge of an industry veteran.
Scott McFie Partner based in the greater Vancouver area, was an executive and board member for one of the largest independent adjusting firms in Canada. He brings a wealth of experience from his many years within the international insurance services industry, having set up what is now the largest TPA firm in the Canadian market. Scott’s insights and ability to navigate and provide market solutions are second to none.
Mark Weir Partner is Toronto-based, and is an experienced executive with a proven history of developing and leading national and regional process improvements and strategy. His focus on identifying, developing, and implementing strategic initiatives has saved companies millions of dollars. He is data driven, an insightful leader who engages stakeholders at all levels to achieve exceptional results and profitability. Looking to continue innovating in the future, Mark brings an operations-focused, lean approach to organizations.
Sonny Chee Associate has significant experience as a Big Data Architect, who prides himself on delivering value with 90-day ROI solutions to many Fortune 100 companies. Sonny holds a Master’s degree in Applied Science and Computing Science, along with being a Certified Teradata Master. Sonny has extensive experience building highly distributed, reliable, secure and fault-tolerant data systems and is respected for the knowledge and practical solutions he provides.
Peter Goldberg Associate is an experienced CIO executive. He was the former Director of the BC Provincial Learning Network, CIO for the Ministry of Education, and Chief Process Architect of BC Hydro. Peter has worked with major organizations in the Insurance, Energy, Retail, Public Sector, Software Development and Education sectors. In 2010, Peter won the Premier’s Award for Partnerships from Premier Gordon Campbell. Currently, he is transforming an Enterprise Resource project at Mountain Equipment Co-Op (MEC). Peter’s community involvement includes judging the JDC West business case competitions for Western Canadian universities, and mentoring students in the UBC Sauder School entrepreneurship program.