Paul Larkin, PMP
Chief Operating Officer
Paul grew up in Nova Scotia and after graduating from NSCC in 2000 moved to Ottawa to start his career as a Quality Control Analyst at a large high-tech company. Early in his career he had the opportunity to join his manager to start a new department that managed the company’s quality assurance programs with its strategic clients.
Paul is a strong believer in lifelong learning as evidenced by earning “Certified Support Specialist” from Service & Support Professionals Association in 2004 and “Project Management Professional (PMP)” certification in 2016.
Paul ended his 16-year career in the high-tech industry as a Senior Project Manager – Team Lead and started a new business investing in residential real estate. He has learned many aspects of the business by investing time in learning from various real estate organizations and applying that knowledge by doing many renovation projects, maintaining his properties, and taking pride in providing tenants with a great place to call home.
Paul joined AMS Imaging Inc. as the Chief Operating Officer in 2021 and became the owner in 2022. AMS Imaging Inc. is a perfect fit that gives him the opportunity to use his background in technology and project management to continue the company’s legacy of providing excellent service and to drive efficiencies in the digitization services provided. He is committed to continual improvement and the use of modern technologies to maintain high quality standards. Paul values client relationships and invests the time to gain a clear understanding of their needs. This lays the foundation for the AMS Imaging Inc. team to work with our clients to develop a digitization plan/strategy that will meet and exceed their expectations and enable them to protect their information and make it easily searchable and accessible.
Paul is married and has two teenagers and many interests that keep him active outside of work – being a hockey dad, watching hockey, snowmobiling, swimming, kayaking, and enjoying family vacations. He is also a strong believer in giving back to the community and volunteers at Care Centre Ottawa, serves as a Board member of local charity and is the official time/score keeper for his son’s hockey team.