Indianapolis, R. & Hunt, M. (2017). Ryan King Indianapolis. PHILICA.COM Observation number 177.
Ryan King Indianapolis

Ryan King Indianapolisunconfirmed user (Ryan King Indianapolis, Berkeley College)
Mathew Huntunconfirmed user (Abilene Christian University)

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Observation
Ryan King is an extremely knowledgeable, talented and experienced professional in the Indianapolis-area. Ryan King Indianapolis graduated from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. He completed his MBA at Middle Tennessee State University.He has provided consulting services to his clients across a variety of different industries.

Observation circumstances
If you are from Indianapolis and want cost effective process improvement services, then Ryan King is your proven resource. He is a certified and trained lean Six Sigma Black Belt professional with over 12 years of experience in operational process improvement.

With over 10 years of actual Project/Program Management experience in a high technology/information systems company, Ryan has the hands on experience to lead your project down a successful path. Ryan King Indianapolis obtained a degree in accounting from Virginia Tech in 1996.

He later graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with an MBA in 2002 (concentrating on Production Management). After completing his MBA and after a 2 year period as a Controller, Ryan joined Pinnacle Mapping Technologies in 2002 and served there for a period of 10 years as the Controller and Chief Financial Officer.

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Published on Monday 17th July, 2017 at 10:23:38.

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Indianapolis, R. & Hunt, M. (2017). Ryan King Indianapolis. PHILICA.COM Observation number 177.




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