FRACTIONAL EXECUTIVE SUPPORT
From time to time, your business may need some highly qualified leadership but its size or present finances won’t allow for a full-time hire. Perhaps you need consulting for a short-term project or to guide you through a particular problem. Turn to Immanuel Consulting Services to supply some Fractional Executive Leadership. Whether it be Business Operations, Interim CEO, Technology, Information, Finance or Marketing, we have the right person for your company. Our fractional leaders are also available to work on a permanent, part-time basis. In all cases, we don’t just advise, we take ownership of your problem until it is resolved!
Paul Immanuel, Fractional CIO
CEO of Immanuel Consulting Services, LLC has lifetime experience in all aspects of technology development, manufacturing and sales at IBM and ITT. Specialties: Business coaching, Operations management, web development, IT support, Hardware and System Architecture, Network Architecture, Vendor and Customer Negotiations, Business development, Business Analyst, Technology evaluation and review.
His experience spans Hardware Development, System Engineering, Network Architecture, Software Architect, Customer Consultant, and Scientist. At ITT, Paul was part of the group that developed and installed the first fiber transmission system for a telephone company in the United States. At IBM he was a part of the Systems Network Architecture board and later he was a key developer of the Networking Broad Band Services architecture for which he received a corporate Outstanding Technical Achievement Award from IBM. He received numerous other divisional awards. He is the holder of several patents in networking technologies.
Ted Bachman, President – Bachman & Associates
Management consultant with extensive experience with Start-ups and Small Businesses
Ted began his finance and accounting career working for eight years in “Big 8” and regional CPA firms in audit and systems consulting in New York City and eastern Pennsylvania. He received an accounting degree with honors from the Pennsylvania State University Smeal Business School. In the corporate world, he served as the Controller, Director of Finance, and CFO of a number of companies where he directed the finance, accounting, IT, purchasing, and HR departments.
Ted’s background encompasses more than 30 industries, including high tech, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, biotech, food, telephony, textile, construction, retail, and utilities. He founded Bachman & Associates in 1979 specializing, as a fractional/part-time and interim CFO/Controller and IT systems development and installation consultant. When the Sarbanes Oxley Act (SOX) was passed in 2002, he combined his prior business experience, knowledge of internal controls and his unequaled performance and uncompromising quality to deliver outstanding value to US and international companies by helping them comply with all the requirements of the Sarbanes Oxley Act.
Ted’s ability to quickly identify cost saving opportunities in operations, finance and accounting allows him to quickly communicate creative solutions to management when other consultants have yet to understand the problems. Ted uses the knowledge that he gained in public accounting and his hands-on management experience to help numerous businesses and nonprofits develop solutions that are effective, practical and within the budget.
Ted has taken the experience gained in helping numerous large companies become SOX compliant and has scaled it down to apply to smaller organizations and start-ups. He worked with start-ups and mid-sized companies to obtain the funds necessary to grow the business. He also helped the owners of small businesses prepare for and sell their businesses. He enjoys sharing his extensive knowledge of small business to help people become new entrepreneurs.
He has performed risk and internal controls assessments for small businesses and nonprofits. He has developed cost effective management reporting systems that fulfill the requirements of government reporting and provide Key Performance Indicators (KPI) unique to their business that enable executives to make informed management decisions
Gregory Marvin, Fractional CFO
Gregory Marvin has served as an executive leader of operations, finance and services in industries including business equipment, pharmaceutical robotics, beverage distribution, and insurance, from start-up to $500 million. Leveraging relationship management, in-depth knowledge of software, and services including CRM, analytical reporting and a passion for client satisfaction, he has built results oriented teams with entrepreneurial spirit. He currently provides fractional C-level support to entrepreneurial organizations seeking next level operational, financial and relational performance and returns.
Jim Chambers, Fractional COO
William T. Yeates, Fractional CEO
Financially astute, technically savvy global business leader with time-tested performance maximizing growth and profitability in high-tech businesses, ranging from early stage start-ups to underperforming and/or new divisions of established multinational companies. Transformational change manager with a solid record of executing dramatic business turnarounds, driving growth both organically and through acquisitions, and introducing new disruptive technologies to facilitate entry into strategic markets. Dynamic builder and leader of multicultural teams and cross-functional partnerships with well-honed skills across all business areas including R&D, Manufacturing, Sales, ERP Systems, and P&L Management. Backed by a strong engineering foundation, 20+ years of progressive leadership including CEO of three companies ranging in size from a startup to a S&P 500 company, and academic credentials that include an MBA in Finance and a BSEE.