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CPS Energy                                                                                          San Antonio, TX
Supervisor - Supply Chain Information Team                                                        Dec 2007 – Present
 Manage a team of analysts to empower Supply Chain with KPI’s to manage the business analytically.
 Lead projects and facilitate cross functional discussions by effectively transforming data into information.
 Empower procurement area by developing visual analytics to balance workload, manage procurement lead time.
 Utilized lean tools such as value stream mapping, A3, 5y to eliminate waste in process.
 Advise other analytical teams across the company on visual analytics, metrics development, data analysis, tools.
 Develop, design and implement supplier performance metrics to incentivize timely and accurate deliveries.
 Drive optimum fleet life cycle management by creating dashboards to illustrate utilization of assets.
 Evaluate existing tools and processes to identify gaps and enabled a repository of analytical tools.
 Coordinate and consolidate all budgeting efforts, and utilize statistical analysis to develop forecasting models.
 Guide and train business users to interpret analysis of their business processes.

CPS Energy                                                                                       San Antonio, TX
Supply Chain Analyst                                                                        Sep 2007 – Dec 2007
 Identified reporting needs, extracted data from relevant sources and compiled into actionable presentations.
 Represented Supply Chain in cross-functional teams focusing on enterprise wide initiatives.

Owens Corning                                                                                     Toledo, OH
Global Business Analyst                                                                   July 2006 – Aug 2007
 Administrator of Aspen SCM Planner, used to globally optimize about $1.5 Billion annual sales and operations.
 Generate “what-if” scenarios across the global supply chain and analyze the impact of Gross Margin globally.
 Designed, Implemented automated reporting tool to extract data from SAP, BW, Aspen using MS-Access

Sappi Fine Paper North America                                                                        Portland, ME
Operations Planner                                                                           May 2004 – July 2006
 Responsible for maintaining Master Production Schedule, tracked inventory performance, capacity and demand.
 Established Safety Stock, Target and Reorder Point levels for 5000 SKUs across 4 regional distribution centers.
 Supported testing, migration, conversion to SAP (APO4.1, R/3) and developed training manuals.
 Developed and published reports for Top Management using MS-Access, Excel and SAP Business Warehouse.
 Replenished inventory at distribution centers to maintain order fill rate for about 200K Tons of finished goods.
 Scheduled and planned Paper Machines across 3 mills at an aggregate national level using SAP (APO 4.1)
 Planned replenishment across all of North America to maintain balance between planned orders and resources.

United Parcel Service (UPS)                                                                     Syracuse, NY
Management Analyst (Co-Op)                                                              Jul 2002 – Apr 2004
 Member of a cross functional team which seamlessly integrated a new Labeling System with the legacy system.
 Performed driver tracing analysis to optimize delivery routes.

Wilson Chemicals and Paints                                                                                                                      Chennai, India
Manager – Coatings Division                                                               Apr 1997 – Jul 2001
 Increased customer base by 6% by implementing a new model on transportation of goods.
 Reduced 33 % cycle time by introducing a new interdepartmental co-ordination system.
 Increased customer service level by 5% by streamlining the product line.
 Improved capacity utilization by 10% resulting in 5% revenue increase by developing a new product line.
Martin J. Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University                                                                                                                                                Syracuse, NY
Masters of Business Administration,                                                                                                                                                                        Class of 2003
Concentration: General Management / Supply Chain Management                                                                                                                                                 GPA: 3.6/4.0
    - APICS (CPIM)
    - Graduate Meritorious Scholarship
    - Teaching Assistant (Managerial Statistics, Management Science)
Madras University                                                                                                                                                                                          Chennai, India
Bachelor of Science (B.S) – Chemistry                                                                                                                                                         Class of 1997; GPA: 3.8/4.0

 First place in Region 2 of the APICS Donald Fogarty Competition for writing a paper on demand management.
 Phi Beta Delta inductee in recognition of scholarly achievement and service in international education.
 Selected as a scholar to represent Syracuse University at the 2003 APICS International Conference.

    President of APICS, Student chapter at Syracuse University.
    Manager of a Fusion Music Band “TALASH”, play the Veena – Indian stringed instrument.
    Vice President - “The Abheya”- a social service organization involved in the care of children with special needs.

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