Meet Matt Schwenderman
Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Matt Schwenderman, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP, provides consulting services targeted at helping companies improve their enterprise performance management and the value of information. He currently has national responsibility for Deloitte’s Performance Management Technology (PMT) practice and has previously served as the national leader for Deloitte’s Integrated Performance Management service offering and as Northeast Region lead for the Financial Management Services practice. He has also participated in the development and delivery of the Deloitte US Firms’ CFO Portal and Optimize the Close methodologies.
In his role of PMT practice leader, Matt is responsible for resources, methodologies and client service delivery of technology services and solutions designed to help companies enable their financial and management reporting, consolidation, planning, budgeting and forecasting. The primary applications in this group include: Oracle’s Hyperion platform, SAP’s EPM suite and IBM-Cognos’ FPM offerings.
A member of Deloitte’s Finance Transformation team, Matt’s consulting experience includes serving the office of the CFO in all areas of finance transformation, both as engagement leader and/or subject matter advisor on various consolidation and financial reporting projects and initiatives. Specifically, he has experience helping clients in their efforts to develop strategies and solutions for integrating mixed and homogenous ledger environments with global consolidation and reporting platforms, both financial and managerial. Matt has advised more than 40 clients in his consulting career, across a variety of industries.
Matt received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from LaSalle University, with a dual major in Accounting and Finance. Matt has previously served as an accountant and financial executive and has been a lecturer, presenter and moderator of various seminars dealing with financial and performance management, finance analytic systems and business administration issues.