Mr. Yogi has deep experience in systems, applications and products (SAP), as well as Oracle business and information technology strategies and integration, such as software selection, enterprise resource planning optimization and enterprise performance management. He has worked with clients across various industries, including oil and gas, chemicals, utilities and media and entertainment.
Mr. Yogi has assisted Chief Financial Officers, Controllers and operations executives in improving their finance and operations organization including organizational strategy, shared services and planning, budgeting and forecasting design and implementation. Additionally, he brings experience in serving as a Chief Information Officer in information technology (IT) strategy and planning, IT organizational performance improvement, technology integration and program management of large, complex systems integration projects.
Mr. Yogi’s notable assignments include engagements with Tesoro, British Petroleum, Shell Oil, LyondellBasell, NRG Energy, Energy Future Holdings, CenterPoint Energy, Calpine, Spectra Energy, Duke Energy, El Paso Corporation, the United Services Automobile Association (USAA), Clear Channel Communications and GameStop. Most recently, Mr. Yogi was responsible for leading KPMG’s national human resources, payroll and quality close process networks with a focus on improving performance and operational results.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Yogi worked with KPMG, LLP in Houston, where he most recently served as Managing Director and Finance Management Practice Leader. He was one of the founding members of A&M’s Corporate Performance Improvement practice and served as a Principal with Arthur Andersen’s North American Energy Consulting practice prior to rejoining A&M.
Mr. Yogi earned a bachelor’s degree in management information systems from the University of Hawaii and completed graduate studies at the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Virginia at Charlottesville. He is active in the American Heart Association, The United Way and St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Houston.