Lauro Matias

CIO, Starbucks

• Establishing the legitimacy and value of IT to the business via an effective strategic IT planning process, strong partnerships with business stakeholders, and hands-on leadership and development of lean, solutions-oriented IT functions

• Proven integration and change management experience – establishing shared services, ERP & platforms migration, M&A operational integration, setting up of new sites, multi-cultural organization management and integrating outsource partners

• Development of comprehensive templates and toolkits that ensure the successful roll out of ERP, Manufacturing and Sales Force Automation systems across business units on time, on budget, following Group standards and directly supporting business objectives

• Functional management and controls experience in Mobile Commerce, Materials Management, Logistics Optimization, MRP II, CRM, Telco Commercial Operations, Sarbanes Oxley, Retail, Construction Projects and Crisis Management

• Extensive Platform Experience – SAP, Oracle EBS, JDE EnterpriseOne/Enterprise, PRISM, BPCS, Peoplesoft CRM, Maximo, Infor WMS, Advanced Planning Systems (JDE/Numetrix), Business Objects, Cognos, Tableau, Jaspersoft, Hyperion, Point of Sales systems, Lotus Domino/Notes, Microsoft Exchange, Open-source Email, SIP/VOIP/ Videoconferencing systems, Citrix, Checkpoint, VPN, SSL, AS400, Unix, Solaris, NT, Windows Server, Linux, ISO8583 bank protocol, XML, Triple Des encryption, BEA Weblogic /Apache / Cisco platforms, Banking gateways, SMSC gateways, MultixTPM, Jboss, MySQL, Oracle, DB2, Vectorwise, Hana, mature hybrid cloud computing (SAAS/PAAS/IAAS/virtualization), CBOSS Telco billing system, Data Center and Full IP / Network

• Wide Industry Exposure – Wireless Telecommunications, Mobile Commerce, Cement, Gypsum materials, FMCG (Food & Beverage), Pharmaceutical, Agro-Chemical, Retail (Quick-Service Restaurants, Department Stores & Drugstores), Drug Wholesale, Office Automation (Direct Selling and After-sales service)