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L. Allen (Al) Mayo, Jr. Houston, TX 77025 Voice: 713-660-6960 Fax: 888-523-6086 Email: AL@MAYO.NET High-achiever team-oriented IT professional with excellent communication skills. Skills include SAP, Incentive Compensation Management, SQL, ETL, Microsoft Office (esp. Excel), and training. US Citizen. Oil & gas, retail, manufacturing, financial, banking, publishing, insurance, security, education, university, research, marketing, HR. Management, supervisory, lead & organizational experience. 1/2013-4/2013 Self study & assisting an elderly neighbor – Houston, TX 2/2011-12/2012 Canidium – Houston, TX – Incentive Compensation Management Tech Cnslt Skills: ETL, Informatica, Oracle & DB2 SQL, Excel, SQL Developer, Batch & Unix scripts, WinSCP, Toad, TrueComp OnPremisis & OnDemand, Crystal Reports. Clients: Lowe’s Home Improvement, JM Family car dealerships, Blue Cross Blue Shield of MI, TruGreen, Real Goods Solar, The Southwestern Co., Callidus Software. Provided tech support for the above clients using Canidium’s telecommuting and onshore/offshore business model. Included installation, maintenance & upgrades. Developed a technique in Crystal Reports to synchronize alignment between reports. 7/2004-1/2011 Cared for Invalid Father & Friend – Houston, TX & Winston-Salem, NC 11/2003-6/2004 KBR – Houston, TX - Senior ABAP Consultant KBR asked me to come back to help with the full installation of SAP 4.7 and most importantly to make sure the integrity of a critical application would not be compromised during conversion. This is the month-end process described in the last item of the next section. Worked closely with KBR partner BearingPoint. 1/1998-12/2002 Accenture & Halliburton – Houston, TX – Senior ABAP Consultant Full cycle implementation of SAP. This international rollout of SAP was one of the largest ever for an American corporation. Modules: FI CO, SD, MM, PS,HR/PR. SQL & DB design. BDC, BAPI, BADI, LSMW, ALV Grids, user exits, SAP fixes, ABAP Dictionary, ABAP Workbench, excellent problem solving & performance enhancement skills, HR Infotypes. As a technical lead wrote technical designs from functional designs, trained and supervised junior programmers as they implemented those designs, and oversaw the timely completion, quality, and correctness of the finished code. Solved problems & implemented enhancements after the installation. Was senior go-to problem solver when other technical personnel were stuck. Designed & implemented a versatile MM load application using SAP’s Direct Input. Technical lead on a small team that created a custom transfer pricing capability. Designed & developed a custom HR incentive compensation management application for the awarding of bonuses to upper management. Analyzed many serious performance issues and designed and implemented solutions that resulted in major cost savings, improved data integrity, and improved ability to meet the needs of internal users and company clients. Discovered a major performance issue in SAP’s internal code that threatened the filing of an important SEC report by Halliburton due the next morning. Under pressure I debugged the SAP internal code and designed a temporary fix that enabled Halliburton to file that report on time. It took SAP several months to verify my recommended solution to their code but they eventually agreed and implemented it exactly as I had advised. During that interim Halliburton used my temporary fix to file these periodic reports to the SEC. Taught a class in Sapscript to Accenture and Halliburton personnel. Led a small team that solved a major and worsening performance problem with the KBR month-end close process needed to balance their books between SAP & legacy systems. This was delaying the close each month and was on the verge of delaying the timely filing of monthly SEC reports that would have resulted in severe penalties levied against Halliburton. Part of the problem was frequent crashes of the application. My team reduced the time required to run month-end close from almost 3 days to under 15 minutes and eliminated the crashes completely solving their problem. 6/1997-9/1997 IBM – Fishkill, NY - Senior ABAP Consultant Member of the World Wide Fulfillment project whose mission was the internal installation of SAP R3 into IBM’s international sales order fulfillment system. Participated in the redesign of the user interface for a bridge utility used to transfer inbound and outbound data between SAP and legacy systems. The utility incorporated EDI, ALE, IDOCS, MQSeries, Workflow, FTP, EOSE, and RFC’s. Designed and coded a program to resolve missing components between a very large migration transport and objects in specific development classes. Designed and coded a user interface mapping, prototyping, and presentation utility. Accessed an SAP-related Internet list service for problem resolution. This project ended prematurely due to a major reorganization within IBM. 6/1996-5/1997 Texaxo/Aramco Star Enterprise – Houston, TX - ABAP Consultant Installation of SAP R3 at Star. This project won industry kudos for its timely and smooth transition to SAP. Analyses of program performance dependencies using online debug, internal and external Run Time Analyzer, SQL Trace, and program modeling to correct production performance problems as well as for the specification of optimal program design. Redesigned an invoice-generating user exit to incorporate IS Oil enhancements, added customizations for specific client and industry requirements, and transformed the Sapscript output to be able to feed a legacy document archival system. Enhanced SAP printer configuration modules for HP printers to enable printing to allow printing to legal size paper. Required coding in HP’s PCL printer driver language. Created a utility program to aid the incorporation of color into ABAP reports. Used Online Support System (OSS) for reporting of SAP bugs and application of fixes. Installed Pitney Bowes SmartMailer zip code and address verification package and designed and coded an outbound and inbound bridge to interface with it. 10/1995-4/1996 SAP ABAP Training & Certification – Philadelphia, PA BS, Math, Duke University, Durham, NC