Marian Gajniak

Exdwarf consulting, Project manager
WORK EXPERIENCE:
01.03.2009 –31.08.2015:
InfraServices, a.s. (51% owned by Bratislavská vodárenská  spoločnosť, a.s. –water and utility companya.k.a. BVS,a.s.)
Position: CEO’s advisor for IT and Strategies
Workload:managing company´s IT/IS department, administrating IT/IS and Strategy    advisory board for CEO, managing company´s IT/IS infrastructure
Key Results:
  • implementing company’s independent IT/IS infrastructure (separating from BVS’s IT/IS infrastructure)
  • technical support while implementing company’s independent ERP system and CRM system
  • implementing GPS monitoring system for fleet management and monitoring resource allocation
  • design and technical support for company’s communication interfaces
  • implementing company’s new IT/IS infrastructure to support and obey BVS’s SLA
  • technicalsupportforBVS’sprojectofchangingpostalsupplier (bills, dunning, earlycollection) and implementationof hybrid mail/postalservicesfor BVS, a.s. according to SLA
  • implementingelectronicdocumentarchive (lightweight DMS) for BVS, a.s.
  • technicalsupportwhileimplementingcompany’sprojectsfor BVS, a.s. (Smartmetering – wirelesswatermetersreadings, Customermanagement center – customerbasedsystemformanagingwatermeterreadingsprovidedforbilling and  GIS tracking and operationallogistics)
01.09.2008-29.02.2009:
Bratislavská vodárenská spoločnosť, a.s.
Position:employee in chargeof marketing department
Workload: designing, creating and coordinating company’s marketing strategies and marketing projects (water museum in Bratislava)
Key results:
  • auditing internal directives and other company’s documents
  • in charge of creating design manual codifying internal and external communication
01.07.2007-30.08.2007:
ZEN-SERVIS spol. s r.o. (company is subsidiary and service partner for ZENNER INTERNATIONAL GMBH&CO. KG – manufacturing water meters)
Position:administrative and technicalemployee
Workload: servicingwater meters, administrative and logistics
Key results:
  • design of wireless water and heat meters readings data application
EDUCATION:
Highesteducation:EconomicsMater’sdegree
2003-2008:UniversityofEconomics in Bratislava, FacultyofBusinessManagement
2001-2003: GymnasiumTilgnerova 14 in Bratislave
2000-2001:Odebolt-Arthurcommunityhighschool, Iowa state, USA
1995-2000:GymnasiumPankúchova 6 in Bratislava

Others:
  • Managing SMB VirtualDatacenter (Alef, Cisco) certificate
  • VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage (V5.5) certificate
  • Data Protection Officer (surveillance over thepersonaldataprotectionconsistsofmultipletasks and activitiesthatthedataprotectionofficerisobliged to fulfilpursuant to theAct on PersonalDataProtection)
SKILLS:
  • complex IT/IS infrastructure
  • databases, datamining
  • modeling of companies strategies
  • information system modules
  • IT knowledge: TCP/IP,Storages (NetApp, Iomega), Security (ERA,sonicwall,safetica), Vmware, MS Windows Server, MS Exchange, MS ISA, MS SQL Server, Office,Navision Dynamics, Softip, Human, Motorola serviceplatform, Customer monitor, BlackberryEnterprise Server, ArisPlatform, C#, Transact SQL, HTML, ProgreCad, Cenkros, Edoview, GPSasistent, Camelia

 
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