About Two Global Eyes
Established in 2003
Two Global Eyes develops corporate solutions— we design singular solutions to suit the unique problems and opportunities of companies. The underlying premise is that all companies can make better use of what they already have and needn’t incur additional capital expenditure to improve profitability. Two Global Eyes follows a hands-on approach—working face-to-face with the client at all levels in the office, in the field or on the shop floor. Active involvement of the client’s people, without distracting them from their normal day-to-day responsibilities, ensures that the improvement activities get done and that installations are sustainable in the long-term.
Brentt Bugler is the founder of Two Global Eyes. He has successfully developed and installed cost-effective customized corporate solutions on four continents covering a broad spectrum of industries for the past 25 years. He is a process improvement specialist with extensive experience in the manufactoring, construction, and project management industries. His clients range from small local and regional companies to some of the largest and most successful global corporations. Brentt has a B.Sc. (Engineering) from the University of Cape Town, a B.Com. from the University of South Africa and an M.B.A. from the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management.
Business Development, Operations
Hugo Barraza, a sales and marketing specialist, assists clients in digital marketing, sales systems, and process improvement. He has worked in the automotive, insurance, food, hospitality, and retail industries. Hugo is passionate about helping businesses become sustainable by communicating with clients to understand their problems, and implement solutions. He is a business graduate from Brock University and fluent in Spanish.
We want to help companies realize their full potential and build on their uniqueness to obtain a competitive advantage in the market place.
We want to give companies tools that work for them, rather than working with the limitations of off the shelf systems.