Doug Neibloom

CFO | Principal
Expertise: System Devlopment and Implementation, Financial Reporting Architecture, Budget Preparation and Reporting, Mergers & Acquisitions

Doug Neibloom is a seasoned professional with over 30 years of experience. Collaborating with business owners, he offers strategic planning, financial reporting, and financing solutions to help companies achieve their goals. His extensive background, spanning domestic and international markets, enables him to address business problems efficiently through business planning, systems development, and internal controls. By implementing these solutions, companies can benefit from increased cash flow, stronger bottom line, and better rate negotiations regarding insurance and financing, as well as exit strategies for business owners.

Doug’s experience enables him to review and develop key company metrics, that impact finance, sales, and operations, and provide timely financial reporting. Management can then interpret this information effectively, enabling them to make informed decisions to realize their company’s full potential.His accomplishments include successful SAP implementation, buying and selling multiple businesses, developing processes for seamless integration of new assets into the financial structure, budgeting for multi-state multi-companies, and managing HR for more than 1000 employees.

Doug has worked in various industries, such as manufacturing, distribution, court-related services, healthcare, assisted living, bar/restaurant, vending, real estate, public adjusting/restoration, and construction/roofing. He has in-depth knowledge of several financial information systems, such as Quickbooks, Yardi Voyager, MAPICS, McCormick & Dodge, Glovia, and SAP.

Doug holds a B.S. in Business Administration and Accounting from the State University of New York and has been a resident of the Fort Lauderdale area in Florida since 1995, where he currently resides with his wife, Tamara.

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