Tino Künzel is Senior Controller at M-net Telecommunications GmbH in Munich and owner of the company Tino Künzel, Business Administrator.
Tino Künzel has successfully completed a Master study in Business Administration (specializing in business computer science) after technical and commercial vocational training courses. As a Senior Controller at M-net Telecommunications and owner of the company Tino Künzel, Business Administrator, he focusses on internal and external reporting by IBCS®, project controlling, implementing improvement programs, and development of various Excel tools.
- Receiver oriented design of reports and presentations with clear messages, recommendations
- Efficient processing of business issues – possible with standardized, easy to use and understandable templates
- Development and implementation of IBCS®-compliant, automated solutions for business administration with Microsoft Excel
Tino is also the author of three business books on the subjects “reduce costs”, “increase revenues” and “manage crises”.
IBCS® Certified Consultant
Tino Künzel has successfully completed the IBCS® certification for successful design of reports and presentations at the HICHERT+FAISST IBCS Institute in April 2016.
The following two work samples were created using MS Excel. They are to be understood as templates. The “message” is a substitute for a meaningful message that is evidenced by the following diagram. The commentary block displays schematically the possibility of an integrated commenting. All action potentials can be highlighted in this manner.
Investment evaluation With this work sample the influence of various investment projects on the operating result in connection with a multi-year plan (5 years) should be displayed. The individual effects are reported per year and in total over the period. “Start point” is the planned operating result line before the individual investment influences. With the drawn “difference markers” the operating result-deviation should be presented in absolute and percentage per year.
Liquidity analysis and forecast Here is illustrated the liquidity change of a company during a fiscal year. The underlying diagram visualizes the percentage difference with the previous year. The working sample is to be understood as a template. The “message” is a substitute for a meaningful message that is evidenced by the following diagrams. The commentary block displays schematically the possibility of an integrated commenting.