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Tuesday, June 1 • 3:10pm - 4:00pm
Program Management: The Controller’s Perspective

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With the increased use of SaaS (Software as a Service) solutions across our institutions, there are both benefits and challenges that come along with these solutions. At this session, Anthony Grono, Kyle Cizenski, and Sergio Boniche will discuss SaaS projects at Fordham and how the role of the Controller has changed and grown into that of a Program Manager with a continued focus on robust business controls and sound financial stewardship.

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Kyle Cizenski

Project Manager / Business Analyst, Fordham University
Kyle Cizenski joined the Fordham IT Project Management Team as an intern in 2015 and transitioned to a Project Manager / Business Analyst role in May 2017. He attended Fordham College Rose Hill as an undergrad and Fordham Graduate School of Arts and Sciences for graduate school, earning... Read More →
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Sergio Boniche

Project Manager, Fordham University
Sergio Boniche joined the IT Project Management Team as a Project Manager / Business Analyst in February 2017. He has over 25 years of experience working on and leading projects and programs. In his former roles at IBM, he developed policy, optimized processes, and led global teams... Read More →
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Anthony Grono

AVP & Controller, Fordham University
Anthony Grono - CPA, CGMA – Associate Vice President and Controller, is a proud Fordham graduate from the Sesquicentennial Class (150 anniversary) of the University. He graduated from the Gabelli School of Business with a degree in Accounting in May 1991. After several years in... Read More →

Tuesday June 1, 2021 3:10pm - 4:00pm EDT