David Pomeranz
10304 Breconshire Road, Ellicott City, Maryland 21042
Mobile: 202.623.4784, Email: drpome@gmail.com,
International Monetary Fund, Washington, DC, 2003 to present
Division Chief, Information & Knowledge Management, 2014 to...
and a budget of $180 million operating across multiple legacy business environments, 6 core legacy
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Pomeranz resume

Published on: Mar 4, 2016

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  • 1. David Pomeranz 10304 Breconshire Road, Ellicott City, Maryland 21042 Mobile: 202.623.4784, Email: drpome@gmail.com, PROFILE Successful manager recognized for building winning relationships, creating successful solutions, and delivering unique value for customers, employees and company shareholders. Broad based experience in consulting and corporate including the International Monetary Fund, Morgan Stanley, T. Rowe Price, JPMorgan Chase, KPMG/BearingPoint and PwC. “Big 4” partner with KPMG Consulting. KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS Business & IT Strategy, Program/Project Management, SDLC and Agile Development. Financial, Activity Based Management, Budgeting, Human Resources, Payroll, and Customer Relationship, Knowledge Management, Web Content, and Document Management Applications. Industry experience includes Banking & Finance, International Financial Institutions, Manufacturing and Consulting. CAREER SUMMARY (1984 to Present) International Monetary Fund Washington, DC May, 2003 – Present Division Chief, Information & Knowledge Management ePierce Consulting New York, NY January, 2001 – May, 2003 Vice President, Management Consulting Morgan Stanley New York, NY October, 2000 – January, 2001 Principal, Corporate IT BearingPoint/KPMG Consulting Philadelphia, PA June, 1996 – October, 2000 Managing Director/Partner The Hunter Group Baltimore, MD May, 1994 – April, 1996 Manager T. Rowe Price Baltimore, MD February, 1989 – May, 1994 Assistant Vice President, Development Manager Price Waterhouse Baltimore, MD February, 1984 – February, 1989 Consulting Manager EDUCATION MBA, Finance & Investments, George Washington University, Washington, DC Bachelor of Science, Finance & Accounting, University of Maryland, College Park, MD AWARDS/RECOGNITION IMF, CIO Award Winner for TAIMS – Technical Assistance portal managing structured and Technical Assistance information, increased funding over 25%. IMF, CIO Award Winner for Travel Portal - saving the Fund $10 million annually by streamlining processes. KPMG Consulting – “Top 10” Consultant. Recognized from a staff of 5,000+ for efforts building ERP (PeopleSoft, Oracle, SAP) Practice.
  • 2. 2 International Monetary Fund, Washington, DC, 2003 to present Division Chief, Information & Knowledge Management, 2014 to present Develop and maintain “Year 2020” Vision and strategy. Manage Fundwide knowledge management, collaboration, search, document and web content systems for intranet and extranet users. Annual budget $12.5 million, 28 staff and 40-50 staff augmentation and offshore vendors. Highlights include: Knowledge Exchange – Implemented and maintain the Fund’s platform for knowledge management, collaboration and search. IMF.org and IMF.Connect – Implemented and maintain Fund communication & outreach platforms for interacting with the public (e.g., academics) and the Fund’s member countries (e.g., ministers of finance, central bank members) Document Management - Currently implementing M-Files Fundwide. Deputy Division Chief, Information & Knowledge Management, 2010 – 2014 Highlights include:  Innovative Authoring – took over “failed” project and led successful implementation for authoring Fund documents Financial Systems Team Lead, Financial & Administrative Systems, 2005 – 2010 Responsible for capital and admin portfolio of approximately $5 million/annually. Highlights include: • ERP Strategy, implementation of major upgrade of the PeopleSoft Financials (FACTS), • Design, development and Fund-wide implementation of Travel Policy Reforms (Fundwide Award) initiative; including Travel Plan portal, Trip Order portal and Expense Report portal. • Design, development and implementation of Technical Assistance Information Management system [winner of 1st CIO Award]; • Leveraged accounting/costing background to lead technical implementation of Budgeting and Activity Based Costing. ePierce Consulting, New York, New York, 2001 – 2003 Vice President, Management Consulting Responsibilities included Business Development, Program/Project Management, Strategy, Software Evaluation & Selection. Sold work and delivered successful projects for Arbitron (Financials, distribution and sales application selection), Group 1 (Financial ERP implementation leveraging agile), Coventry Healthcare (ERP Upgrade). TPI (ERP and Knowledge Management software evaluation and selection) Highlights include: JPMorganChase – Program Manager for implementation of Corillian internet banking application (servicing one million account holders). Coordinated product launches, led efforts to establish Program Management, Office including, Release Management, Change Management and Issues Management processes for Retail Banking Group. Morgan Stanley, New York, New York, 2000 – 2001 Principal, Corporate IT Responsibilities included developing and implementing Information Technology strategy with immediate focus on process improvement for a global Accounting and HR organization of 600 people
  • 3. 3 and a budget of $180 million operating across multiple legacy business environments, 6 core legacy processing systems, 100+ subsystems and interfaces supporting 60,000 employees. Developed strategic roadmap, evaluated services provides, negotiated contracts and led project management effort. BearingPoint (KPMG Consulting), Radnor, Pennsylvania, 1996 – 2000 Managing Director (Partner)/Senior Manager Responsibilities included: Practice Leader for Oracle and PeopleSoft Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Enterprise Performance Management (ABM/ABC, scorecards) software solutions. Practice supported strategy and operations improvement; business process redesign; ERP package evaluation, selection and implementation; Web and e-commerce integration; and analytic/decision support systems. Highlights included:  Named one of the Top 10 consultants across 5,000 person consultancy.  Sold and delivered successful projects to organizations including Comcast, Lanier, US Courts The Hunter Group, Baltimore, Maryland, 1994 - 1996 Manager Responsible for developing financial systems implementation capabilities, including development of the strategy and business plan addressing the financial systems implementation marketplace in terms of marketing, recruiting, staffing, approach, and implementation methodology. Recruited and managed staff. Implementation projects included Pennsylvania Power & Light, Duke Energy, Warner- Lambert, A.H. Belo T. Rowe Price, Baltimore, Maryland, 1989 – 1994 Assistant Vice President Responsible for Financial Systems and Retirement Plan Services systems development including client-server Customer Relationship Management, Call Center/Interactive Voice Response, and recordkeeping systems. Directed concurrent projects, 3-4 project managers, and total staff of 30 to 40 people. Budget and cost management responsibility. Development efforts key to successful 401(k) sales to several large clients including Honeywell, Marriott, and Compaq. Price Waterhouse Consulting, Baltimore, MD, 1984 – 1989 Manager Project management responsibility included strategy, evaluation, and implementation projects. Projects managed for Financial and HR implementations at Scott Paper, Perdue Farms, T. Rowe Price Associates, and Genstar.

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