|By Business Wire||
|November 30, 2016 09:05 AM EST|
Advanced Onion (AO) concluded another incredible year of development by appointing Cindy Tank as their new Chief Financial Officer, effective January 3, 2017.
Cindy joins her new team at AO with an extensive financial and accounting background in the technology, federal and defense markets. Over the course of her career, she has progressed through key financial leadership roles ranging from Financial Planning & Analysis Manager to Vice President of Finance within complex, multibillion-dollar businesses for Fortune 500 defense contracting company Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)/Leidos.
“I am extremely pleased to have the opportunity to work with a team of experienced professionals with a goal of supporting national security. Advanced Onion’s technical expertise and agility are the driving factors in my decision to join the company,” says Cindy.
As AO’s new CFO, Cindy will become an integral part in shaping the financial capabilities and organizational processes within the team. With over twenty years experience in the world of finance, she carries vision and direction to guide the execution of a more profitable and succinct strategy for AO’s business.
Advanced Onion’s CEO, Paul Temple, stated, “Our team is very pleased to welcome Cindy as our new CFO. She brings a substantial skill set and impressive experience and insights. She will help drive the advancement of AO for years to come.”
Cindy is an ideal fit for spearheading AO’s ever-growing financial needs. As CFO Cindy will utilize fact-based data to derive strategic decisions, which will result in improved capital, margins, return on investments and accuracy in subsequent audit results. She will assist AO in refining their financial forecasting, as well as competitive positioning by maintaining indirect rates at or below budget.
Cindy remarks, “My combination of analytical thinking, business partnering and people leadership skills has enabled consistently, solid financial and business performance and allows me to help lead Advanced Onion into the future. AO’s growth has been amazing! I’m excited to be part of their strategic vision and expansion.”
Advance Onion is honored to have Cindy as their newest executive leader, paving the way to overall success and a smarter future for the company.
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