Courtney Harvey
Managing Director
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14+ years of experience helping clients with merger integration planning and execution, back office consolidations through shared services implementations, and working capital improvements
Expertise in industries including energy, telecommunications, industrial services, food and beverage, and commercial real estate
Analyzes and redesigns order-to-cash and procure-to pay processes
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Courtney Harvey is a Managing Director with Alvarez & Marsal in San Antonio, with more than 13 years of experience in finance, strategy, and merger integration in such industries as energy, telecom, industrial services, food and beverage, and commercial real estate.

She specializes in analyzing and redesigning order-to-cash and procure-to pay processes, and Shared Service Optimization, and implementation of these solutions.

Currently, Ms. Harvey is leading the Accounting and Finance Merger Integration planning for a major food distribution company.

Notable assignments include: leading the sales and distribution team as part of a merger integration project for a private equity firm’s portfolio of 11 independently operated fuel distribution companies. The phase 1 assessment identified working capital and SG&A reduction opportunities, designing the future state consolidated organizational structure, defining new roles, identifying future staffing needs and developing standard future state order-to-cash (OTC) processes.

Her team was retained to support the rollout of these new future state designs and manage the SAP implementation. In addition, Ms. Harvey led a company-wide initiative to improve their overall pricing strategy.

Ms. Harvey led the credit-and-collections transformation effort for a major telecom provider in the Caribbean. This included: implementing quick-win opportunities that resulted in a $5 million reduction in A/R within three months; customer segmentation; redesigning and implementing policies, processes, technology improvements and a new organizational structure across 13 different countries of operations; developing a credit-risk management tool; selecting and installing collections-workflow software; outsource selection and performance management improvements; and reporting dashboard design and implementation.

She also implemented a comprehensive working capital assessment for a waste management company for both order-to-cash and procure-to-pay processes; and led the program management office for a recycling company, implementing recommendations from the Phase I assessment of their OTC operations, which included a cash application remediation initiative, optimizing brokerage operations, OTC organizational, process redesign and implementation of supporting technology.

Ms. Harvey managed the implementation of a waste management company's newly consolidated credit and collection center. Initiatives included organizational redesign, development of future state credit and collections policies and detailed procedures, assisting in the redesign of a letter program, third party outsource selection, design and implementation of a balanced scorecard, as well as a training program.

Before A&M, she spent nearly three years as the lead supplier analyst for vehicle systems on the F-35 in the program controls group of Lockheed Martin.

Ms. Harvey earned a bachelor's degree in finance and an MBA from Texas Tech University.