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We will serve our clients as trusted allies, providing them with the loyalty of a business partner and the economics of an outside vendor. We want to make sure that our clients have what they need to run their businesses as well as possible, with maximum efficiency and reliability.

Mission Statement

"The company is dedicated to leveraging emerging technologies to provide the highest level of quality products and services, customer service, and security."

We provide digital transformation for distributors, manufacturers and retailers. Through a Strategic Developer Partner relationship ensure companies achieve their business objectives by leveraging the most appropriate technologies for the problem at hand.

COMPANY OVERVIEW

  • Content and Web portals
  • Custom Web development
  • Network, Infrastructure, and cloud security
  • Agile methodology (coaching and training)
  • Project management
  • VMware
  • SOX Compliance
  • HIPPAA Compliance
  • Simple to Medium complexity networking solution

What will set Ingenious IT Solutions apart from the competition is our commitment to provide these services to small business that doesn’t have large corporate budgets.

THE MANAGEMENT TEAM

The initial management team consists of ...

Executive Officer (Managing Partner)

The Executive Director is hired by the board of directors. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Advise the board and carry out tasks assigned by the board
  • Oversee daily operations, project planning, and special events, working closely with each program coordinator
  • Personnel management (recruitment, hiring, training, evaluation and termination of staff)
  • Together with the Operations Director, develop and manage the annual budget for board approval, including necessary revisions
  • Program development
  • Supervision of artistic staff
  • Develop network of support within the arts community
  • Develop and implement outreach program

Chief Technology Officer (Managing Partner).

Represent the technological agenda in staff meetings and when making hiring decisions

  • Maintain current knowledge of technology landscape and developments
  • Consolidate our technology platforms and create plans for each
  • Track, analyze and monitor technology performance metrics
  • Identify new areas of digital marketing opportunities and create plans to implement them for us and our clients
  • Take the initiative in thought leadership, innovation and creativity
  • Spearhead IT projects to increase our market reach and improve our USP
  • Oversee all system design and changes in system architecture

Chief Financial Officer (Managing Partner).

Act as Chief Financial Officer and strategic business partner to senior executive leadership team.

  • Assess and evaluate financial performance of organization with regard to long-term operational goals, budgets and forecasts.
  • Provide insight and recommendations to both short-term and long-term growth plan of organization.
  • Identify, acquire and implement systems and software to provide critical financial and operational information. Evaluate departments and make suggestions for automating processes and increasing working efficiency.
  • Communicate, engage and interact with Board of Directors, CEO, COO and Executive Leadership Team.
  • Create and establish yearly financial objectives that align with the company’s plan for growth and expansion.
  • Select and engage consultants, auditors and investors.
  • Recruit, interview and hire finance, accounting and payroll staff as required.
  • Serve as a key member of executive leadership team and round table discussion panel.
  • Participate in pivotal decisions as they relate to strategic initiatives and operational models.
  • Interact with and bring department into line with Board of Directors’ plans, initiatives and recommendations.
  • Implement policies, procedures and processes as deemed appropriate by senior leadership team

Employee Services (HR) & Finance Officer (Managing Partner).

Employee Services and Payroll Director role delivers a range of transactional human resource (HR) services to support the achievement of overall business results and customer service excellence.

  • This role is accountable for employee and client/customer pay and invoices. Also, delivering accurate, timely and reliable transaction processing, advice and customer supports Through the effective use of tailored services delivery strategies.
  • Perform a range of HR data and employee services to support the operational functioning of the assigned business unit. Services may include operational support for the processing of payroll and leave, employee on boarding and separations, employment records and finance transactions.
  • Provide information and guidance to internal customers on matters relating to conditions of employment, entitlements, employee self-service, and HR procedures and records. Information and guidance may be given following an employee enquiry, as a result of an identified issue and/or discrepancy, or in response to requests for information for reporting and/or audit purposes.
  • Respond to incoming enquiries in a confidential, responsive, customer-focused manner and ensure that accurate, targeted and timely information supplied effectively resolves the customer request. Enquiries may be received by telephone, email, online, face to face or via other technologies. Complex enquiries or contentious issues are raised with the supervisor to determine a suitable response.
  • Effectively apply new and/or updated technology applications, systems, procedures and organisational methods to deliver efficient and effective service in accordance with Department policy and the Directorate’s business practices and protocols. Applications include relevant HR systems, TRIM, MS Office and other technologies appropriate to the operations of the business unit, for instance Remedy, Total Contact Centre, Powerpoint, Prince2 project methodology, web and social media technologies.

Operations Director (Managing Partner)

The Operations Director is hired by the Executive Director. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Advise the board and carry out tasks assigned by the board
  • Assist in personnel management
  • Development of administrative standards and procedures related to personnel and staff development
  • Supervision of staff
  • Serve as liaison between staff and board members
  • Coordinate with the Executive Director and the board to oversee activities including grant applications, management of grants, special projects, fiscal management
  • Together with the Executive Director, develop and manage the annual budget for board approval including necessary revisions
  • Oversee the preparation of the annual report of activities as well as fiscal reports
  • Manage network finances and reporting, including museum store
  • Coordinate work on annual audits
  • Define priorities for all supervised staff
  • Inventory management of art and office supplies

Marketing Director (Managing Partner)

The Marketing Director is hired by the Executive Director. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Advise the board and carry out tasks assigned by the board
  • All marketing activities including establish the marketing budget with the executive director; create and implement marketing plan; develop marketing materials; advertising placement; develop direct mail plan
  • Membership management including establish and maintain member and prospective member databases; produce renewal notices; special member mailings
  • Publication and distribution of the quarterly newsletter
  • Website maintenance
  • Direct fundraising activities
  • Coordinate volunteers
  • Coordinate solicitation of corporate and in-kind donations
  • Measure effectiveness of marketing activities (program tracking)
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