< ![To whom it may concern, This is a note of introduction for Taylor M. Evans, stating my qualifications in summary format. My education includes an MBA and enough accounting hours for an MS Accounting, and I am qualified to sit for the CPA and CMA examinations. I am a hands-on manager who learned accounting on the shop floor and am very comfortable discussing strategy and ideas at any level within the organization. My previous experience of twelve plus years in manufacturing and five years in distribution has given me exposure to many processes and viewpoints. My experience includes eleven years as a Controller managing financial and accounting staff ranging from four to thirteen people. This background allows me to partner and consult with Operations Management, at all levels, on financial issues. During this time, I have performed the following duties: full accounting duties, month-end closing, internal and external financial reporting, international sales and purchase transactions, SEC and Sarbanes Oxley reporting, revenue recognition, Sales and Use taxation, Ad Valorem taxation and negotiation, and integration and accounting for four acquisitions. I have over nine years of performing and managing audits of internal controls, financial statement reasonableness, and GAAP compliance. I have eleven years history managing relationships with Internal and External Auditors, as well as the planning of audits. My ultimate drive is to assist Operational Management in Improving the Operation, and this is facilitated by my experience with cost, financial, and operational analysis. I cannot tell you that I am a programmer however I have a very good understanding of how accounting systems work and what is required for them to be successful. My accounting systems experience includes using major ERP systems, including four separate Network based ERP system conversions / implementations and three separate cleanups of less than adequate ERP implementations. As an example, during one particular conversion cleanup, I helped discover $250K revenue that had been improperly recorded. As a result, the Company could take that revenue immediately in the current month. ]]>

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