RÉSUMÉ | Daniel J. Hoff
Here's the public version of my résumé. For a more detailed version, send me an e-mail.
January '94 to Present
- Service Parts Planning
Responsible for modeling & implementing i2 Service Parts Planner software to improve forecast accuracy, inventory planning, and replenishment planning for over 300,000 service parts.
Planning responsibilities for four products, created/administer group database, created group intranet site, prepare presentations for management and outside groups, supervise Planning Specialist in coordinating advanced technology events and vehicle fleet.
& Sales Planning Administrator
Responsible for pricing for six products, segment/product forecasts, value package financial analysis/coordination, comparably equipped pricing comparisons, and development of intranet home page (as department webmaster).
Helped coordinate planning for launch of company's electric vehicle product, including interfacing with various departments, with parent company, and with numerous external organizations. In addition, designed EV Database, prepared and delivered presentations to management and outside groups, and represented the comany at Electric Vehicle trade shows and events.
|Business Planning and Pricing Analyst
Studied industry trends, researched competition, prepared executive presentations, conducted industry forecast, and assisted in strategic planning decisions. Major accomplishments:
» Coordinated the design, build, and maintenance of the division's customer marketing database.
» Guided development of an electronic quotation system for use by sales personnel, and
» Developed and published quarterly Competitive Pricing Review to track industry pricing.
|August '93 to January '94||
of Arts in Business Economics
The program emphasized the quantitative and analytical skills of modern economics, business, and finance.
Topics included Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, Industrial Organization, Probability and Statistics, Forecasting, Econometrics, International Trade, International Political Economy, The Theory of Finance, Corporate Finance, Financial Statement Analysis, Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, and Writing for Business.
of Arts in Economics
Main courses included Capital Theory, Forecasting, Managerial Economics, Regulation, Labor Economics, Energy Economics, and Calculus.
|SKILLS||Personal skills range from strong analytic
abilities to effective communication skills, both at the oral and
Computer literacy includes proficiency in Access, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Front Page, and an in-depth knowledge of the Internet, the World Wide Web, and HTML "programming."
Questions or Feedback?
Fill out a feedback form or
Recommend this site to a friend.
© 1999-2012 DJH, Inc. All rights reserved.
About this web site.