US Preventive Medicine has named Craig Niemiec as executive vice president (EVP) and chief financial officer (CFO). Previously CFO of McKesson Technology Solutions,
Niemiec will be responsible for all financial and management reporting across the US and international operations of the company. Rick Scauzillo, certified public accountant (CPA), who served as CFO during the company’s development phase, will assume the role of chief accounting officer (CAO).
Niemiec’s background also includes key management positions with Alltel Information Services and Electronic Data Systems. At McKesson Technology Solutions, Niemiec was integral in the company’s financial and business operations by focusing on product rationalisation, customer stabilisation, employee retention, and process and accounting improvements. He also led financial due diligence and financial integration on major acquisitions representing more than US$2.5bn. In this role he helped drive growth of the business from US$1bn in revenues to more than US$3bn.
Prior to McKesson, Niemiec served as CFO and president of professional services for Alltel Information Services where he managed a staff of 1,420 employees and was responsible for conversions, implementations, business process re-engineering, consulting and all project-related work, in addition to traditional CFO functions.
Niemiec held various management roles within Electronic Data Systems (EDS) before joining Alltel in 1997. At EDS, Niemiec directed new business analysis and review, deal structuring, pricing, costing, strategic planning, capital spending, and management reporting.
Niemiec earned his CPA in the state of Michigan and received a degree in Business Administration from the University of Michigan.
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