Ken Krickbaum


Ken Krickbaum – Technology / R&D Administrator
With a history in Engineering and Manufacturing Consulting in the 80′s, Ken attained his CMD certification from M.S.E. After which, he was hired as Junior Consultant with A.C.T. (Accounting Computer Technologies).  Within a year Ken was promoted to Senior Consultant and led projects such as 20th Century Fox and Franklin Steel.  In working closely with a few of the “BIG 5” consulting firms at the time, he acquired a strong working knowledge of accounting systems and their industry specific differences and designs.  After several years with A.C.T. and 2 years as Vice President of Dynamics (client of A.C.T.), he spent the next 5 years assisting companies in their IT projects on a sometimes private and/or lead consulting basis.  Ken also served as Vice President of Consulting Services at Infoworks Software and has experience developing on/with systems such as AS400, DEC, VAX/VMS, SG, IBM 36 and SUN systems.  Previous consulting and design clientele include Raytheon, Pepsi, NASA, Anaheim Angels, Arthur Anderson LLP and Unisys.Since 1998, Ken has consulted and worked with TeleTrade int’l, inc. in the continued development and enhancement of a sophisticated trade and cash management system. This relationship had produced a new program for the development of Interact 2000 as a full SaaS accounting application. From this new technology, Krickbaum and Lasater designed, developed and deployed eValues.net.The continued growth and success of the eValues.net platform lead to the development and deployment of The Commerce Guild.Powered by eValues.net, the largest Cash and Barter system of it’s kind in the world, The Commerce Guild features powerful dynamics, transactional processing and account management functionalities unrivaled in the industry.  Krickbaum designed, developed, deployed, maintains and continually enhances this multi-million dollar system utilizing the vast technical and consulting skills gained throughout his career.

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