Evan is a Solution Lead with 15 years of implementation experience – working with clients spanning a variety of sectors including Oil & Gas, Energy, Financial Services, Private Equity, and Aerospace/Defense. Evan has extensive experience with the Oracle Enterprise Performance Management suite of tools as well as Planning, Essbase, and Profitability applications.
Before joining Accordion, Evan was a Project Lead with Alithya. There, he interacted with clients in various industries, in both the public and private sectors, providing them with creative approaches to Planning & Forecasting. After a decade of designing and implementing Essbase and Planning solutions, Evan expanded his industry knowledge to include the implementation of applications within the Oracle Profitability Cost Management suite.
Evan is a forever student at heart. He is always eager to learn and adapt new approaches, discover the latest software and coding languages, and better himself through continued practice. He strives to automate and streamline routine tasks to improve efficiencies within his client organizations. Evan prides himself on ensuring that all deliverable solutions are both maintainable and well understood by his clients, and works to maintain an open line of communication with his co-workers to leverage and exchange cutting-edge methodologies in an ever-changing industry to provide all clients with exceptional solutions.
Evan is well-known within the Oracle EPM Product Management team after serving on the beta-release team of testers prior to the initial release of Planning & Budgeting (PBCS). He was also among the first to implement the Oracle Data Integration Tool (ODI). Most recently, Evan was included in the beta-release, vendor preview, of Enterprise PCM where he worked directly with Oracle Product Management to provide feedback of the software and platform before general release to the public.
Evan graduated from Bentley University with a B.S. in Management. He is certified in Oracle Essbase, Planning, and Profitability and Cost Management (PCM). He has also presented a number of times at regional Oracle User Groups and is an active member within the Oracle Customer Cloud Community.
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