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Alan Clark, Macc

Senior Manager

Alan Clark

OVERVIEW

Alan provides strategic business and systems consulting, working with company leaders to find solutions to key issues based on company goals and objectives. He works with company leaders on business initiatives including mergers, acquisitions, direction changes and changes in reporting needs, and he performs strategic business process and system reviews, requirements definition, gap analysis and integration strategy for clients in a variety of industries. Alan has extensive experience with enterprise applications, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Material Requirements Planning (MRP), Human Resource Management System (HRMS), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), financial reporting, general accounting and other industry specific business specific solutions for organizations and companies of various sizes and revenue levels and has experience in ERP consulting, implementation and design since the early 2000s, including PeopleSoft, Oracle, Sage 500, QuickBooks, MYOB and Bepix.

Alan is able to speak the language between company leadership and other key decision makers in IT, accounting and other client divisions.

QUALIFICATIONS

Memberships

  • Master of Accountancy – Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
  • Bachelor of Science, Accounting – Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah

Designations/Licensures

  • Served in various civic and governmental positions including four years as a Syracuse City Councilman in Utah, two years on the Syracuse City Planning Commission during a period when the community grew from approximately 6,000 residents to more than 20,000 residents

Education

  • Master of Accountancy – Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
  • Bachelor of Science, Accounting – Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah

KNOWLEDGE

Client Work

  • Served in various civic and governmental positions including four years as a Syracuse City Councilman in Utah, two years on the Syracuse City Planning Commission during a period when the community grew from approximately 6,000 residents to more than 20,000 residents.

COMMUNITY

COMMUNITY

Community Involvement

  • Two years as a member of the board for the Wasatch Integrated Waste Management District
  • Former CFO and controller for multiple companies involved in real estate, manufacturing, distribution and general accounting practices
  • Former User Group President for PeopleSoft Project Management Group involved in assisting PeopleSoft in setting direction and beta testing new applications
  • Coordinated training efforts, created curriculum and oversaw rollout of training for a major ERP implementation involving multiple language and computer proficiency levels.