Formerly serving as the finance lead, Ken Kremsky provided financial analysis for the Kraft Austerity team with the goal of reducing raw and packaging material losses by 5%, and reducing fixed expenses by 15% which was achieved. He prepared weekly reports to review the fixed labor and maintenance spending. Currently, he is working as the consultant for a private equity firm in Pennsylvania. He implements the new ERP accounting software and facilitates A2R process for the acquisition of the company.
Kenneth has worked on both Finance and process control for twenty plus years. He has been saving Millions of Dollars every year for his clients. His recent achievement as Finance Manager is, saving 75 million Dollars annually for his client.
Being an affirmed Lean Six Sigma Blackbelt, Ken Kremsky holds a broad preparing in Lean Six Sigma costing and budgetary investigation, and produced misfortune remittance reserve funds of ~$700K more than two years at Kraft Food Groups. After all, learning Six Sigma Methodologies and applying it in the workspace has huge advantages for the fate of any Business.
Kenneth believes that Six Sigma certification builds up the ability for the people which helps them to solve the quality issues, improve the basic leadership, improve the general execution of the undertaking, and manage process rehearses and improve execution.
Pertaining to his areas of specialization, Ken is proficient in Financial Planning and Analysis, SAP Usage, Strategy, Forecasting, Cross Functional Team Leadership, Financial Reporting, Project Management, Process Improvements, Productivity, Strategic Business Planning, Operations, Business Metrics and Bench-Checking, Internal Controls and Manufacturing Finance.
About Kenneth Kremsky
Ken Kremsky formerly worked as the Controller and Strategic Analysis Manager at Kraft Foods Group. He managed all the accounting activities for the facility, including preparation of the annual operating budget, ensuring Sarbanes Oxley Compliance, and handling both internal and external audits. He was the Finance Lead for the SAP Catalyst Implementation Team.