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October 11, 2016: Zachary Kelley

Zach Kelley, Owner, Adducent Logistics


Texas State University, Bachelor of Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, December 2016 (EST)


Adducent Logistics, LLC Owner; Austin, TX, August 2001 - Current

Brokerage and logistics planning, specializing in transport of over-dimensional construction equipment

  • Manages geographically distributed sales staff of six with gross sales averaging $4.5M annually
  • Developed in-house profit optimization system
  • Maintains all technology resources for company
  • Prepares sales and cash flow projections
  • Oversees permit processing and route planning for approximately thirty over-dimensional equipment and freight loads per week
  • Meets with customers and agents to negotiate contracts

Burnet Consolidated Independent School District—Substitute Teacher; Burnet, TX, January 2002 – July 2005

Long-term substitute

  • Assumed full teaching responsibilities for long-term staff absences or staff resignations
  • Prepared lesson plans, exams, and homework assignments for Algebra, Pre-Calculus and Economics
  • Mentored at-risk students to help them successfully complete state-mandated curriculum
  • Provided tutoring lab in the morning before class for any student in need of help in any subject

Hilton Corporate Casuals – Director of IT; Lincolnwood, IL, January 2001 – October 2001

Ad-Specialty and textiles company                                                                 

  • Rebuilt failed IT department from ground up after staff resigned under previous director
  • Hired, trained and managed department staff of four
  • Created real-time company stores and direct business to business integration (B2B) for customers
  • Managed and integrated multiple platforms, including IBM mainframe, Windows and Macintosh
  • Formulated data-mining tools to more accurately project manufacturing needs by season and geographic area
  • Led system migration from mixed legacy OS environment to Windows network environment
  • Automated various departmental functions to maintain company functionality due to layoffs and attrition of staff

Rapid Freight of Texas – Director of MIS; Pflugerville, TX, May 1996 – May 2000

Trucking and transportation                                                                                        

  • Built IT department from ground up for mid-sized company with $25M in revenue and 150 trucks
  • Managed staff of three
  • Led system migration from IBM System 36 to IBM AS/400
  • Oversaw network services, ERP, information security and help desk functions
  • Developed and implemented IT policies with senior management and executives
  • Administered and integrated multiple platforms, including IBM mainframe, Windows and Macintosh

Stevens Transport – Systems Analyst; Dallas, TX, May 1995 – May 1996  

Trucking and transportation                                                                        

  • Provided IBM AS/400 systems administration support for $130M freight company
  • Assisted in ERP migration
  • Assisted with EDI implementation for billing and tracking
  • Oversaw network services, ERP, information security, telecommunications and help desk functions
  • Implemented in-building maintenance, repair and construction program for desktop hardware