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Financial Accounting Business
Responsive and supportive professional with extensive background providing excellent financial insight and maintaining tight business controls within a Fortune 500 company. Valued and trusted by colleagues for consistently providing accurate and useful financial input. Honest and competent with excellent verbal and written communication skills, creating a sense of stability within a team. Well liked and known for building strong relationships between operations and finance functions. Expertise in:
Expense Reduction Management
International Business Machines (IBM)
Financial Analyst – Integrated Supply Chain 2004 to 2015
Coordinated America’s geography headcount and expense budgets, forecasts, and measurements for accounts receivable and proposal writers’ functions, (combined $35M budget).
Analyzed data, partnering with operations teams on managing hiring and providing financial input / insight regarding all resource actions.
Participated within team that set up initial worldwide budget ($25M) and organizational structure for proposal writer’s team by creating expense budgets and collaborating on putting reporting structure in place.
Collaborated with multiple operational line managers and other geography analysts, developing quarterly and annual forecasts for Latin America, US, and Canada.
Analyzed and tracked expenses, identifying potential risks and solutions to making forecast and budget.
Supported launch and tracking of human resource expenses when supply chain function was created in 2004 by creating specialized processes and forecasting methods.
Monitored and maintained business controls for functions of responsibility, ensuring accuracy.
Coordinated and reconciled supply chain expense recovery from other divisions.
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International Business Machines (IBM) (Continued)
Accounting Analyst – Sales and Distribution 2000 to 2004
Coordinated expense forecasting, planning, and allocation for sales and development (S&D) ‘top’ expenses.
Analyzed and forecasted S&D expenses, including general employee benefits, real estate, and executive compensation.
Reconciled executive compensation payouts against industry quotas.
Worked closely with industry Financial Analysts (FAs), generating monthly expense forecasts.
Expense Planner – Sales and Distribution 1996 to 2000
Organized sales expenses for banking industry staff.
Collaborated with banking industry sales executives, creating monthly expense forecasts.
Manufacturing Site Expense Planner – Networking Hardware Division
Cost Accountant – Store Systems
Fixed Asset Accountant – RTP Site
Ledger Accountant – RTP Site
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Accounting, University of Georgia, Athens, GA