Mary Jo began her career immersed in the realms of distribution and finance. After graduating Youngstown State University with a degree in Accounting, she was quickly hired as an Assistant Controller for a distributor of major appliances and electronics. It was with this role that Mary Jo built her professional momentum and developed a passion for logistical and financial business processes.
Mary Jo has since worked as a Sage Application Consultant for a CPA firm, and she has found herself in various management positions at an enterprise software partner. These positions included Application Consultant, Project Manager, VP Professional Services, and Sage Practice Manager.
Mary Jo brings over 20 years of experience to e2b teknologies; including involvement on over 100 implementations covering various ERP and CRM products. As e2b’s Practice Manager, she oversees both consulting and development, introducing process and productivity improvements for clients.
Excellent interpersonal communication and presentation skills set Mary Jo apart from others in her analytically driven field. Her unique blend of project management, accounting, and technical aptitudes equip her with the skillset necessary to drive customer success.
When Mary Jo isn’t getting her hands dirty with a business process review, she enjoys getting them dirty in her garden. Her spring is spent sowing seeds in the family garden.
She also enjoys making greeting cards for family and friends, and she’s a frequent volunteer at local charities.
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