Managing Director

Originally I graduated as an economist-mathematician at Karl Marx Economic University and for 8 years I was trying to predict the processes of collective economy in the desperate circumstances of the 80’s on mathematical bases. Following the fever of excitement of the regime change, I got first hand experience of the profession at a big international company (Accenture), while I was working my way up to management leader level. Beginning with the Y2K I spent my third 8 years cycle at the biggest Hungarian consulting company (AAM), as the leader of the Competency Management Consulting. Autumn 2007 we founded Vialto Consulting with my friends and our objective is no fewer than the redemption of the consultancy. During my consultant career, I always tried to bring clients closer to achieving their strategic goals by leading huge IT projects, by reengineering business processes and organizations and by the management of the human factors. I have great experience in the banking sector, in telecommunications and I am familiar with the railway transportation, with the oil industry and with the editorial processes too. I believe that as a consultant I can only be successful in my job if I am aspiring passionately to understand and to solve together the problems of my clients.

I spend my little spare time with my wife and my daughter, and also with discovering the wonderful lands of the world or the exotic depths of world literature.

Certifications, Social activity:

  • Certified Management Consultant (CMC)
  • Member of the Associaton of Management Consultants in Hungary (VTMSZ)
  • President of VTMSZ (2012-2014)
  • Member of the Executive Board for VTMSZ (since 2010)
  • IPMA-A (2004)

Key competencies and sectors:

  • Management of high volume re-engineering and IT projects
  • Process management, BPR, improvement of business efficiency
  • CRM systems
  • Strategy formulation, organisational development
  • Human change management
  • Program and project management
  • Banking sector
  • Telecommunications