Examples Of Total Asset Management

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• Nominated as Super User representing Finance due to extensive experience for system migration project (SAP). • Worked closely with system vendors, highlighting specific needs required of the system due to unique operations of the agency. • Manages data accuracy of Total Asset Management (TAM)-capital expenditure. Total project portfolio amounting multi-billion dollars. • Subject matter expert in capex data maintenance in EQUIP-SAP for RMS. I demonstrated technical knowledge working with various fund source-related projects such as reconciling federal fund source programs for Commonwealth Audit purpose and Election Commitments projects for State Protected Funding initiatives. • Ensuring data accuracy of CapTOES (Capital Online Entry…show more content…
• Set up a new model for the allocation of corporate charges based on activity based costing. The new method presents a transparent view of how the divisions incur expenses within the agency and thus is deemed fair and appropriate. The old model applied a general, “across all division” method which was detrimental to smaller divisions as they tend to be allocated with higher cost. This new model was well accepted by financial controllers of divisions and my principal manager noted my contribution. • Being nominated as the super user within finance for the implementation of new accounting system due to extensive knowledge in business process. Highlighted defects during User Acceptance Testing (UAT) to ensure the new system operates as required. • Spearheaded new process for managing queries in Budget Estimates. Queries from the Minister is analysed and disseminated quickly to the right stream for explanation. Turnaround time was greatly improved and this contribution was appreciated by the General Manager of Finance. Random House Australia Pty Ltd Contract Business Analyst June 2012-August 2012 Roles & Responsibilities • Weekly sales tracking of book titles and book title benchmarking. • Reconciling weekly ebook sales data from internal commercial team with
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