Gaylor Electric Personnel: Timothy T. Tomasic, CPA
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...Tim Tomasic GAYLOR ELECTRIC11711 North CollegeSuite 150Carmel, Indiana 460321-800-878-05771-317-843-0577
...Timothy T. Tomasic, CPA
...Timothy T. Tomasic, CPA, serves as the controller and Treasurer of Gaylor Electric.Tim
faces specific challenges as a result of the company's success.
In the construction industry, a company must adapt quickly to the changing factors that can affect cost and profitability, especially a fast growing company like Gaylor Electric
Must continually balance cash flow availability with project start-up costs, while monitoring project profit margins.The fast lane of success can be exciting if you are prepared and Tim
has prepared himself well.He
is uniquely suited for the task at hand.
As a leader in his
field with a history of front line financial management, Tim
gained valuable experience from one of the top regional CPA firms in the country, Crowe, Chizek and Co.
, CPA's.During his
tenure there, he
did more than "count beans".Tim
was quickly promoted to senior commercial accountant where his
main focus was on handling strategic planning and operation expansion, along with financial and tax issues for his
impressive client list.In addition, utilizing his
extensive computer knowledge, Tim
developed a financial and cash flow forecast model for his
client which would save them time and money.The various models and ideas Tim
installed and trained his
clients on became an important innovative management tool.
As Gaylor Electric
grew and became on of the largest electrical companies in the Midwest, the need for someone with skills and experience to handle financial issues, he
has become a vital part of the visionary team at Gaylor Electric
. Tim is co-founder of the Central Indiana Chapter of Construction Financial Management Association and has been serving as secretary of the chapter for 4 years.He is a member of the Indiana CPA Society, a Purdue graduate and passed the CPA exam (1st setting) in 1985.
Tim's position requires much more than "Bean Counting."