A veteran of 300+ Enterprise Software Selection and Implementation projects, Gene has helped local, national and international firms evaluate and deploy system improvements in ERP, CRM, WMS, Supply Chain and Business Intelligence software. Focusing on the elements common to successful implementations, his team retains complete independence with ties to no software brand or vendor.
Gene began in the early 90’s, developing demand management and CRM programs for biomanufacturing firms, a project that would lead to national prominence. Moving exclusively into software, postings with Epicor, Sage, and Navision led to National Practice Management for Manufacturing with Clifton Gunderson CPA. Recruited to handle process manufacturing clients for Ross Enterprise, he eventually became part of the global team at Lawson/Infor, a leading contributor of the Paris-based Food & Beverage division.
Over the past 25 years he’s worked on software improvements at global brands such as Jelly Belly, Tree Top, Medtronic, Uniden, Idahoan, Cheesecake Factory and hundreds of private label and regional food manufacturing and life sciences firms. Experienced in all types of businesses, he brings a depth of knowledge to FDA regulated manufacturers, having dealt extensively with audit-compliant and validated systems. Gene’s undergrad degree is from Stephen F Austin State University with an MBA from Arizona State University.
- Software Evaluation
- Software Implementations
- Business Process Reengineering
- Validation and Audit Prep
- Forecasting and Demand Planning
- Advanced Manufacturing Planning and Scheduling
- Manufacturing Cost Accounting
- Budgeting and Forecasting
- Certifications from Epicor, Sage, Ross Enterprise, Microsoft DynamicsAX, Lawson.
- Experience with SAP, QlikView, MSNAV, MAS500 and others