Dave Sheehan

Providing CFO services and Business Transition Services in Katy & San Antonio, TX and surrounding areas

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Dave Sheehan

Katy, TX CFO

39 Years of Experience

Direct Contact

davesheehan@b2bcfo.com

(210) 701-2909

Universities:

Arizona State University

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Contact Dave Sheehan and receive a free Discovery Analysis™

  • A confidential meeting with the business owner(s), then interview company staff.
  • Look at the company’s financial information and computer systems.
  • Benchmark financial information against industry averages.
  • Create a confidential report of our findings in The Strategy Gameplan™







Dave’s Bio

Dave has broad based financial operations experience in aerospace manufacturing, chemical manufacturing and automotive aftermarket distribution for small to large business entities in both publically held and private equity businesses.

Dave's operational experience with manufacturing focused heavily on inventory processes and managing operating cash. His responsibility included all aspects of operational reporting and productivity improvements for stand alone entities as well as global integration.

Dave's background includes significant success with productivity and change management requirements. Dave has comprehensive experience with business modeling, strategic market based pricing, due diligence for mergers and acquisitions, six sigma and lean sigma.

Prior to becoming a partner at B2B CFO® Dave specific experiences include:

  • Senior financial leader for at a large chemical manufacturing company responsible for over 50 manufacturing and distribution locations in the US and Canada.
  • Creation and leadership of a global shared services organization responsible for the customer call center, procurement administration, general accounting, and data integrity.
  • Re-engineering of market pricing structure to optimize market share and product portfolio margins.
  • Recapitalization to launch new products for growth.
  • VP Corporate Controller for global aircraft manufacturing company.
  • Senior financial leader for global SAP implementation specifically leading the order to cash design and implementation team.

Dave has his Bachelor of Science in Accounting and completed advanced training from the Center for Executive Development at Arizona State University. He has served on the board of directors for Tucson YMCA and CAMUS Waste Water Treatment in Muskegon Michigan.

A native of Arizona, Dave's career has taken him across the globe, but Katy Texas is where he and his wife call home. Their son recently graduated from Texas A&M and works in College Station.

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Sep 4Dave Sheehan

Katy Winefest hosted by Cinco Ranch Rotary

Sep 4Dave Sheehan
Woman's Hands Cupped Together

The world’s first service club, the Rotary Club of Chicago, was formed on 23 February 1905 by Paul P. Harris, an attorney who wished to capture in a professional club the same friendly spirit he had felt in the small towns of his youth. The Rotary name derived from the early practice of rotating meetings among members’ offices. Rotary’s popularity spread, and within a decade, clubs were chartered from San Francisco to New York to Winnipeg, Canada. By 1921, Rotary

Aug 29Dave Sheehan

Why I choose to be a B2B CFO® in Katy Texas

Aug 29Dave Sheehan
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With over 30 years of experience at leading global companies in the aerospace and chemical industries, I have benefitted from complex assignments and the best training. With a unique and broad based business perspective, I am looking to add value at small to mid sized companies providing them the ability to compete favorably with larger companies in their respective markets. Joining B2B CFO® as partner gives me a great opportunity to reach a broad base of companies. With a national

Jul 5Dave Sheehan

Random Thoughts on Stress and Change

Jul 5Dave Sheehan
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I normally look for current articles that are of interest, and add some thoughts for my blogs. Today I have chosen to free-lance my content based on experience that I have gathered along the way. My subject of interest is stress and change …what do they have in common? I have observed that stress for a person has similar characteristics as change for an organization. Often times we see people attempting to eliminate stress from their lives and resist change

Apr 22Dave Sheehan

Building communities one cup at a time

Apr 22Dave Sheehan

I recently attended a meeting of entrepreneurs in the Houston area. The group was organized by Newspring and gathers weekly to interface and shared ideas. The strength of our economy is dependent on the entrepreneur, and I am amazed at the courage and conviction of these business owners. The group is 1 Million Cups (1MC) The founding organization was created by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Entrepreneurship.org was formed as a free, online international resource designed to help build entrepreneurial

Feb 24Dave Sheehan

5 Ways to Create Your Long-term Vision

Feb 24Dave Sheehan

With 2012 in the rear view mirror, and the 1st quarter of 2013 quickly passing, do you find yourself focusing on the present with no sense of priority for the long-term vision? If so, you are not alone! This is the time of each year where activity seems to move at an accelerated pace and we are playing catch up to stay on top of this year’s demands. My recommendation is to carve out time in the 2nd quarter of

Dec 31Dave Sheehan

Annual Planning

Dec 31Dave Sheehan

As the year comes to a close, have you completed your New Year’s Resolutions? If you are a business owner, have you completed your 2013 Operating Plan? What do these two activities have in common? Resolutions come about as we reflect on the year as it comes to a close and vow to make improvements in the coming year. The New Year is a fresh start to be a better person, lose weight, or make positive changes that reflect a

Nov 1Dave Sheehan

Small-business owners: Managing your money in a challenging economy

Nov 1Dave Sheehan

Though much of the advise for small-business regarding money seams to be common sense, it’s a relevant reminder for all businesses to maintain financial health and stability.  The article referenced below is a clear and simple reminder for all small-business owners to adhere to. (BPT) – Attention small-business owner: Is managing your business’ finances causing you stress? Sixty percent of small-business owners feel their stress levels are increasing, with more than a third citing managing their money as the primary