Director, CohnReznick Advisory
Tim Enright is a Director with CohnReznick Advisory’s Technology and Data Strategy Practice. He is focused on helping clients leverage cloud solutions to enhance operational effectiveness and support business goals. Tim has more than 20 years of business system design, development, and implementation experience with an emphasis on customer relationship management (CRM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. In addition, as a Microsoft Virtual Technology Solutions Professional (VTSP), he has worked extensively with Microsoft Dynamics and SharePoint.
As an accomplished IT strategist, Tim is adept at leading business system projects involving network infrastructure architecture, customizations, integrations, and business process automation. His system implementation expertise encompasses gathering requirements, determining fit/gap, scoping implementation investment, and managing implementation teams. His breadth of consulting experience includes implementing a business operating system for a global educational software company, performing an enterprise CRM requirements assessment for a global manufacturer, implementing a call center for a national insurance carrier, redefining the sales process and performing a system implementation for an international travel company, conducting a multi-business unit CRM implementation for an internal energy management firm, and performing a multi-lead channel sales implementation for an online university.
Before joining CohnReznick, Tim was director of CRM and practice lead at Innovative Computer Systems (ICS) which was acquired by Intellinet. In this role, he was responsible for managing profitability, client success, and business development. He has experience with most industry-leading CRM systems including Microsoft Dynamics and Oracle’s Siebel as well as other solutions such as Microsoft SharePoint, .NET, SQL Server, Crystal Reports, SSRS Reports, and website design tools.
MBA, Finance, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management
B.A., History, University of California, Berkeley