About B2B CFO(c) - Jim Schuck - Partner
Jim is an extremely diversified financial executive with over 28 years of operational, corporate, and non-profit financial experience. He has overseen the finances for the entire United States in management services for facilities in the K-12 Market for Sodexo. Jim was the CFO and later elevated to the CEO position for the Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial in Camden, NJ. a non-profit, 501 (c)(3) organization.
In addition, as a consultant working with Comcast-Spectacor Charities (nationally known as The Flyers Wives Charities), Jim reorganized the financial role and provided strategic and operational expertise to the organization. This led to his future role as VP and Corporate Controller for Comcast-Spectacor, (owner of the Philadelphia Flyers) and over $500M of annual ancillary sales from its other entities in the entertainment industry. He also had an extensive background in finance and operations in the restaurant industry.
Jim takes an aggressive approach to maximizing, stabilizing, and growing the long-term cash flow needs of companies and organizations. He works with operations to understand the critical variables of profitability in each organization. He excels at creating tools and cultivating a culture that makes non-financial people "financial".
Jim, as proven through his diversified work experience, can quickly acclimate to and understand the particular nuances of the company and the market that which it operates. He quickly becomes ingrained into the culture of the company so that he is looked at as a catalyst for growth and improvement rather than a threat. He has a high energy level, and high standards for his work output and production along with the creativity to present multiple options that meet the individual needs of his client.
Jim's strengths are in his astute problem solving, operational and financial analysis skills. He prides himself on his ability to make things happen and make an immediate positive impact. Other areas of expertise include:
- Budgeting - Zero-based and activity-based
- Forecasting -both monthly and weekly when necessary
- Cost Controls, reduction, and identifying cost savings opportunities
- Operational and Financial Analysis
- Cash Flow Management, Opportunities, and Stabilization
- Total Outsourcing Process from both the client and the vendor perspectives
- Business Valuation - for prospective purchases or sales
- Non-Profit Management - Operational Controls, 501(c)( 3) adherence, grant management, proposals, and tracking
- Merger Management
- Profit and Cost Center breakdown