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Norman Katz Instructor Information

President

Katzscan, Inc.

  • Member since 2014

From 1985 through 1995, Norman Katz had career positions from Programmer to Business Systems Analyst to Information Technology Manager while working for recognized brand-name companies including Fotomat, Tropicana Products, Hanes, and Gitano.

Norman decided to chart his own course and started Katzscan Inc. on January 1, 1996.

Katzscan’s business model is focused on aligning supply chain business processes and business software applications (Automatic identification, Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems); improving operational performance; establishing and maintaining productive customer & supplier relationships; transforming data into meaningful information; and assessments for fraud.

Norman is a Florida Private Investigator, a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), a Certified Fraud Specialist (CFS), a Certified Controls Specialist (CCS), and has a Certification in Corporate Governance from Tulane University College of Law. Norman is a certified Microsoft Office Specialist for Office 2010 and was Adjunct Instructor of Information Technology at the North Miami campus of Johnson and Wales University from March 2011 through February 2015.

Norman is published numerous times in the U.S. in various trade magazines on the topics of supply chain and fraud and is a repeated national and international speaker. Norman’s first book, Detecting and Reducing Supply Chain Fraud, was published in August 2012.  Norman's second book, Successful Supply Chain Vendor Compliance, was published in December 2015.  Both books are published by Gower/Routledge Publishing.

Norman graduated from the University of Florida in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration majoring in Computer Information Sciences.

 

Experience

President : Katzscan Inc. - [1996-01 to Current]
Katzscan’s business model is focused on aligning supply chain business processes and business software applications (Automatic identification, Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems); improving operational performance; establishing and maintaining productive customer & supplier relationships; transforming data into meaningful information; and assessments for fraud.

Several : Various employers - [1985-07 to 1995-12]
Career positions progressing from Programmer to Senior Programmer Analyst, Business Systems Analyst and Information Technology Manager. Employers included Fotomat, Tropicana Products, Sara Lee / Hanes and Gitano.

 

Education

Bachelor of Science in Business , Computer Information Sciences : University of Florida - [1980 to 1985]