Edison, New Jersey

Managing Principal, April 2002 – October 2007

Rosendin Electric, Inc. consistently ranks in the top ten electrical contractors in the United States, which has over 80 years of proven experience & performance.

- PM for this project-centric Oracle 11i (11.5.10) ERP implementation with the scope including the following applications: Oracle Projects(Costing, Billing & Project Management), Payroll, Human Resources, General Ledger, Purchasing, Payables, Receivables & Assets

- The Rosendin solution includes custom extensions to meet specific labor costing, purchasing, billing & union benefit deduction business requirements applicable to REI’s industry.

- Key requirements from Rosendin include:

Integrated project costing with payroll processing (actual payroll costs with associated fringes)

Project set-up and invoicing to comply with the American Institute of Architects (AIA) standards

Trade Services database and vendor pricing updates in purchasing module

Automatic intelligent PO numbering within each project number

Tracking of unbilled receivables & unearned revenue

Equipment usage & small tool management integrated with project costing

Accounts Payable to hold retention amounts on subcontractor invoices as required

GES Exposition Services, Inc. provides exhibition and event services in every major convention market across North America . They produce many of the world’s most recognized trade shows including IMTS, CONEXPO/CONAGG, Consumer Electronics Show, National Association of Broadcasters, MAGIC, World Shoe Associates, National Restaurant Association, E3 and COMDEX.

- Key positions as Project Manager and Lead Solution Architect for this Oracle 11i Project-centric/Financials implementation with the scope including Oracle General Ledger, Oracle Payables, Oracle I-Expenses, Oracle Purchasing, Oracle I-Procurement, Oracle Fixed Assets, Oracle Project Costing, Oracle Project Billing, Oracle Internal Control Manager.

- The GES total solution involved integrating 12 highly industry-specific legacy systems key to the corporations operations. The solution incorporated 60 RICE (reports, interfaces, customizations and extensions) objects with the Oracle E-Business Suite.

- Key requirements from GES include:

Two-way interface between Hyperion budget tool and Oracle Projects/GL

Journalize payroll entry from Highline/P2K (legacy) to Oracle GL

Interface Highline/P2K labor costs and corresponding benefits to Oracle Projects

Workflow notification to buyers when the PO’s are about to expire

Gateway to interface Tradeshows from operational systems (legacy) to Oracle Projects

Automate the reversal of project revenue accruals (reverse event in future period)

Set-up Project Status Inquiry (PSI) for expense tracking and budget to actual analysis

Configure Requisition, PO and AP workflow to automatically create Accounting FlexField combination from project attributes

Customize process to accrue project-based PO ’s in GL which have not been received

Build Discoverer reports to leverage Oracle Business Intelligence and Noetix Project and Financial views

Integrate Oracle Internal Control Manger to comply with section 404 of Sarbanes-Oxley

Kinetic Concepts, Inc. (KCI), San Antonio, TX. is a global corporation providing leading edge innovation in Wound Care, Pulmonary Care, Bariatric Care, and circulatory improvement to patients in all care settings.

- PM and Oracle Projects Subject Matter Expert for this 11.5.8 Oracle Projects Costing implementation

- The KCI solution includes implementing both capital and indirect projects. Indirect projects to track KCI R&D projects and capital projects to track IT infrastructure projects

- Key requirements from KCI include:

Track purchasing commitments in Project Accounting

Track all project related payables

Track employee time and cost in Project Accounting

Track inventory cost in Project Accounting

Allocating engineering cost from the ledger to projects

Allocate cost from –one project to multiple target projects

Utilize Project Status Inquiry for expense tracking and budget to actual analysis

Utilize Expenditure Inquiry Review for making adjustments and fixes

Utilize transaction controls and hard limits to prohibit unauthorized spending

Automate GL accounting via auto-allocation rules

Automate FAS 121 capitalization rules utilizing standard Oracle task based capitalization functionality

GE Global Research Center (GEGR), Niskayuna, NY. is a world-class technology center that employs over 3,000 employees at four multi-disciplinary facilities in the US, India, China and Germany.

- Oracle Projects Consultant providing subject matter expertise for this multi-org/multi-currency rollout assessment

- The project objective includes an assessment and strategy consisting of creating a scope definition, identifying scope gaps, estimating person hours required to carry out application setups, defining a timeline, project plan and estimated project cost for GEGR to enable the Munich Germany Operating Unit.

- Major Tasks include:

Validate and review requirements documents

Assess application configurations effort

Create architecture strategy to rapidly move forward

Multiple Reporting currencies strategy and recommendation

SASCO Electrical Construction & Data Systems. the largest privately held electrical and data contractor in the United States (ENR), with 8 offices on the West Coast extending from Southern California to the Northwest.

- PM for this project-centric Oracle 11i ERP implementation with the scope including the following applications: Oracle Financials (General Ledger, Purchasing, Payables, Receivables & Assets), Oracle Projects(Costing, Billing & Project Management), Payroll & Human Resources

- The SASCO solution includes integration with several proprietary legacy systems for job budgeting, costing & revenue recognition & commodities purchasing

- Key requirements from SASCO include:

Reporting of non-diminishing project commitments

Tracking of under and over billings (unbilled receivables & unearned revenue)

Integrated project costing with payroll processing

Detailed costing of payroll-related burdens for line items on cost-plus invoices

Project set-up and invoicing to comply with the American Institute of Architects (AIA) standards

Variation of revenue recognition based on the % spent of cost budget method