I am a multi-lingual IT Consultant / Trainer / Project Manager who loves to travel. I have more than 15 years of professional experience doing change management, implementations, development, testing, documentation and project management in Japan, Asia and the USA. My previous positions include multi-lingual Consultant, Professor, ERP Trainer, Project Manager, Business Analyst and Tester doing strategic planning, technology assessment, SOX compliance and delivery of best practice implementations, process re-engineering, application...
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I speak Japanese/German and have traveled to over 25 countries. I have also worked in Asia for 6 years and have about 8 years experience doing IT Implementations and I am also a PMI certified project manager. I focus on IT / telecom and finance consulting and I have had a lot of success doing it. I LOVE WHAT I DO! I get paid to solve problems and work with cool people!
I bring professionalism, strong methodologies, big picture view yet detail awareness, a client-focused approach, and highly organized reporting and follow-through to all projects. I have exceptional skills in verbal and written communication, problem solving, analysis, analytical ability and technical knowledge. My ultimate goal is client satisfaction, accomplished through diligent efforts based on integrity and honesty.
Specialties include: Telecom,Financials, Manufacturing, Sarbox, Documentation, Integration, Testing, Curriculum Development, Project Management, Implementation, Adult Learning Theory, Metasolv, JD Edwards, Siebel, Saville, Vitria, Kenan, SAP, OSS, CRM, Business Objects, Clarify, Higher Education, Remedy, Network Strategies, Crystal Reports, FileNet, PeopleSoft EPM/ELM/CRM and Rational Rose. Web based tools include Web-Ex and Interwise. Developer tools include Java, Framemaker, Ensemble, Captivate, Authorware, HTML, Photoshop and Adobe CS.
ERP, Project Management, Statements of work, planning, requirements, PeopleSoft, SAP, Telecom, Finance and Training collateral (both web and...
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