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JDI continues to expand its Brain Trust and welcomes aboard Joe Wolczanski to forward our business development. Joe has over 30 years of experience in demonstrating his strong business acumen. 

Who is Joe?

Joe Wolczanski’s history of being a self-starter with in-depth experience in creating innovative solutions has always made him an asset. He has great skills in driving real operational results.

Joe has over 30 years of experience in demonstrating his strong business acumen especially related to developing and analyzing financial data. He has provided insightful advice and support on business decisions as well as extensive system integration experience with a Fortune 500 manufacturing co and, most recently, for 10 years as Vice President Assistant Corporate Controller for a $14B global retailer.

One of my first jobs was as an auto mechanic at my uncles garage in New Jersey.  The skills I learned then to diagnose, take apart, and rebuild something have been very helpful in the corporate word, says Joe.

When it comes to his experience in finance it’s not hard to do the math. Like a well-balanced flow chart Joe’s lifetime career, education, and experience has created a results-oriented leader with excellent communication skills and strong analytical and problem-solving capabilities.

A native of New Jersey, the Garden State, Joe is a graduate of Rutgers University with a degree in accounting. Starting in a public CPA firm, Joe then moved on to join the private industry.  Once in the private sector, Joe had the freedom to pursue all aspects of finance such as accounting, financing, budgeting, and strategic planning.

Contribution to JDi Data

Joe comes to JDi with strong expertise in project management, business process redesign, expense reduction initiatives, value creation, cycle time improvements, and system optimization. We are excited about integrating his excellent communication skills and strong analytical and problem-solving capabilities into our teams and yours.

Problem solving is the same in business as it is on the tennis court.  You have to analyze your strengths and weaknesses; capitalize on your strengths and compensation for the weaknesses,says Joe.

Joe, by the way, enjoys playing tennis, has worked a significant amount of time for an American firm in Europe, and has several wise cats as pets. If you’d like to talk to Joe about any of these topics as well as Jdi Data products and services such as ClaimsManager® and Vendor Cost Control reach out to him via Linkedin or through the company website.