At Impact Tactics we have a simple goal: To bring world-class talent together to uncover and capitalize on opportunities that drive digital transformation through business automation. We know we succeed when we create process automation and innovations that employees will love to use.

We are dedicated to pursuing this goal with passion and purposefulness. In our opinion, any company can achieve great things, regardless of its size, industry, or history. Impact Tactics process mining is designed to help companies around the world save valuable time and money through improved process transparency and efficiency. We hope you will join us on this journey.

Leadership

MANAGING PARTNER

Emmanuel Tackie

Emmanuel Tackie is the Founder and Managing Partner of Impact Tactics, Incubator of multiple initiatives in the field of RPA, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and disruptive technology solutions. 17 years in IT, leading, growing and developing excellence in project management and innovation delivery.  Prior to starting Impact Tactics, he was the Global Leader for IT Business Partnering of CSA Group, where he was responsible for driving IT to business engagement services which included service delivery and AI-based services development across the 38 offices and 12 countries.

Before CSA Group, he was Head of Project Management and Services Excellence at GE. It was at GE, in 2012, where he was first introduced to RPA and where he implemented process automation to successfully augment services delivery at GE.  Leveraging automation to manage install base contacts and financials was a key factor in the development of the services excellence function.

As a software developer at the early part of his career, Emmanuel as remained committed to leveraging technology and remains hands-on as he bridges business and technical teams towards transformative results.  Emmanuel holds an MBA in Innovation Leadership, senior project management designations, is a Business Relationship Management Professional and holds various RPA certifications.  

OPERATIONS, DIRECTOR

Albert Agbemenu

Albert leads the operations at Impact Tactics which includes responsibilities spanning from inception through to handing over of projects awarded to the firm. Albert is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) of the Project Management Institute (PMI). He has over twenty (20) years of experience in engineering involving the supervision and management of projects in Ghana and Equatorial Guinea.

Albert is a member of the Institution of Technology and Engineering, Ghana (ITE), Ghana Institution of Safety and Environmental Professionals (GhISEP), the Ghana Real Estate Developers Association of Ghana (GREDA) and Institute of Directors, Ghana (IoD-GH). He has been a member of the Board of Directors at PMI Ghana Chapter since January 2014 and is currently the Immediate Past President. He is also a Chapter Conflict Resolution Mediator at the PMI Global Operations and the Client Relations Manager for Africa for Project Managers without Borders (PMWB). Albert holds a Master of Science in Project Management from the Robert Gordon University in Scotland.

TECHNOLOGY, DIRECTOR

Vyom Bhardwaj

Vyom is a multifaceted technology director with demonstrated expertise in project planning, execution, and delivery. Responsible for the professional services team and the program delivery of digital solutions at Impact Tactics.

His core experience is in RPA, data management, data analytics, enterprise applications, and data science. He is skilled in technology product and project management with the know-how to enable AI/RPA in process automation and data analytics.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT, DIRECTOR

Emmanuel Ebo Freeman

Emmanuel a senior ICT and Project Management consultant, with over 15 years of experience spanning banking, telco, utility and financial service industries. In his last role he supervised and monitored of a US$48M ICT project for the Ethiopian Electric Utility (EEU) deployed to 17 Regional Offices and a Meter Data Acquisition System for sub-station metering. Prior to EEU, Emmanuel provided strategic and operational leadership for Dun and Bradstreet in Ghana setting up a credit referencing bureau valued US$10M. His work at D&B involved the planning and implementation of ICT Infrastructure and Core Credit Bureau Application. He developed and executed ICT strategic plan as well as managed the local IT and Operations team. Emmanuel has also worked with Standard Chartered Bank as Manager/Technical Specialist with the Global Shared Service Center of Standard Chartered Bank and designed, implemented and managed ICT infrastructure across Africa region.

Additionally, Emmanuel has served as ICT Infrastructure Manager with Millicom Ghana Limited (tiGO) and designed and implemented stable, robust, reliable and inter-operable network infrastructure.

Emmanuel holds an MBA from the Paris Graduate School of Management, PMP, ITIL and numerous UiPath RPA certifications.

SPECIAL ADVISER

Martin Atta-Fynn

Martin Atta-Fynn is a senior advisor for Impact Tactics. He has over twenty years of experience working with various consulting firms. He worked with Deloitte across East Africa and West Africa for over 15 years. He was the head of consulting for the Deloitte Uganda Office and was charged with the responsibility of providing direction for Information and Communications Technology in the East African Region. His key strengths include Strategic Planning, Project Management, Implementation of Enterprise Applications, Advisory and Facilitation.

He has a proven track record of delivering outstanding results in areas such as the ERP software implementations for JD Edwards at Mechanical Lloyd in Ghana, Lawson at Securities and Exchange Commission in Nigeria, SAP in Benin State Government in Nigeria and SAP in Africa Union Commission – Ethiopia. He led ICT strategy and ICT policy development and ICT systems selection at clients at TANESCO in Tanzania, SEC in Nigeria, NSSA and ASTRA group Zimbabwe. He is involved in ICT policy development for the Government of Ghana and the Government of Kenya. Whilst with Deloitte & Touché, Martin was also responsible for training and the development and running of consulting training in the Africa Region.