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MADHU NIMGAONKAR Milpitas, California 95035 408.263.4417 firstname.lastname@example.org MANAGER New Product Introduction Program Operations Quality Reliability Engineering Seasoned operations manager and project manager with over 20 years of experience leading quality control and engineering for production lifecycles. Strong leader with a talent for guiding development teams in meeting and exceeding project goals. Adept at managing all aspects of planning and implementation for NPI operations, projects, and programs. Proven history of establishing and managing development and production processes with the goal of streamlining NPI operations and improving supplier, manufacturing and customer quality. New Product Introduction (NPI) Program Management Customer Quality Operations Management Production Cycle Management Quality Control Materials Sourcing & SelectionProduct Engineering Fulfillment RMA Management Vendor (component suppliers and CMs) Relations Team Leadership Project Management Product Testing PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Vello Systems, Inc., Menlo Park, California • 2010-2011 Operations Manager Managed all aspects of product manufacturing and fulfillment logistics for 10 Gb/s and 40 Gb/s electro optical PCBA and Chassis builds (NPI). Developed and reconciled forecast and build plans. Controlled inventory levels and standard costs. Responsible for ECO Management process that included Part Number creation, BOM generation, review and release, manage all deviations impacting PCB builds. Omnify PDM used as PDM tool. Enabled efforts to procure difficult and long lead time components by providing component engineering and supplier selection support to NPI development team and contract manufacturers Participated in organizational efforts for quality improvement at component suppliers and CMs MATISSE NETWORKS INC., Mountain View, California 2005-2009 Manager, NPI Operations Led NPI (new product introduction) for Etherburst Optical Carrier Ethernet Switch. Established and implemented manufacturing and quality processes. Developed prototype plans for circuit board assemblies and optical assemblies. Directed contract manufacturers in completing the production cycle according to company goals. Supervised configuration, fulfillment, and RMAs. Controlled inventory levels and monitored costs. Delivered improvements to product quality by championing ongoing organizational initiatives to enhance processes at the contract manufacturer level. Enabled the Matisse engineering team to procure difficult components and manage long lead times by providing component engineering support to engineering and contract manufacturers. Total responsibility for ECO management process that included Part number creation, BOM generation, review and release, manage deviations impacting engineering and production builds; Arena PDM tool used. AZAIRE NETWORKS, Santa Clara, California 2004-2005 Vendor Manager (Contract) Served as primary liaison between vendors and internal engineering, operations and finance teams. Facilitated development and implementation of Wi-Fi cellular platforms. Gathered purchasing requirements from cross- functional departments. Sourced and selected suppliers. Managed purchase orders, materials spending, and vendor RMAs. NOKIA INTERNET COMMUNICATIONS, Mountain View, California 2002-2003 Delivery Operations Engineer (Contract) Acted as subject matter expert on manufacturing engineering for the NPI Operations team. Coordinated contract manufacturers in developing prototype build plans and producing finished assemblies. Aided component engineering teams in selection and qualification of components Resume MADHU NIMGAONKAR Page 2 email@example.com NOKIA / AMBER NETWORKS, Fremont, California 2000-2001 Senior Manager, NPI Operations Spearheaded the operations team during new product introduction and product lifecycle management. Coordinated integration of Amber into Nokia inventory and support operations. Developed multi-stage build plans for new and revised circuit board assemblies and mechanical assemblies. Oversaw product manufacturing, engineering, BOM analysis and ECO management using Agile PDM. Managed contract manufacturers throughout the production cycle. Instrumental in migrating from NPI to volume production. INTEL CORPORATION, Various Locations 1987-2000 Senior Manager, Validation Engineering, Enterprise Server Group (1996-2000) Oversaw the validation program and materials planning activities. Planned and implemented an organizational transition from manufacturing to a focus on development, including transforming company objectives, reducing personnel, and defining project development standards. Supervised the hardware and software test engineering team. Created and deployed hardware and software automation test tools. Boosted productivity by 30% while lowering headcount 15% through new planning, budget control, and employee training programs. Senior Project Manager, Systems Materials Group (1996-1997) Orchestrated technical projects and quality management across global manufacturers and internal systems materials commodity groups. Delivered quality reports to major OEM partners such as Dell and Compaq. Lowered manufacturing DPM rates across all sites by creating a new corrective action process. Facilitated supplier selection and component qualification for silicon integrated circuits by establishing general procurement specifications that standardized minimum quality and reliability requirements. Manager, Customer Quality and Reliability Engineering (1991-1996) Coordinated failure analysis for customer quality issues. Supervised a team of product and customer quality engineers. Communicated between customers, factories, and internal teams to gather key information and address quality / technical issues. Reported on status to OEM customers. Achieved Preferred Quality Supplier (PQS) status with many customers, cut manufacturing DPM, and boosted product quality via a strategic action plan. Increased quality dramatically through development of a Pentium processor failure analysis flow. Grew the number of customers naming Intel as Vendor of Choice (VOC) by authoring product health reports used in internal quality control and improvement initiatives. Technical Programs Manager, Components Contracting Division (1987-1991) Directed the static and dynamic memory products program. Oversaw all aspects of daily operations. Managed product engineering and development. Conducted component qualification and failure analyses. Identified and selected global vendors for subcontract manufacturing. Evaluated supplier components against customer quality requirements. Used vendor data and qualification to publish product data sheets and reliability reports. Enhanced overall quality by establishing product qualification requirements for suppliers. Improved profitability by evaluating memory components from different suppliers for shipment as Intel product Additional Roles: Test Manager, MOS ROM Products Division - Advanced Micro Devices Product / Test Engineer - American Micro Systems, Inc. FORMAL EDUCATION Master of Science, Electrical Engineering San Jose State University, California Resume
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