Charles H Strange
Charles Strange was born in Durham, NC, in 1960. His father liked moving, so until he was 12, he never lived in the same town for more than two years. At the age of 10, he got his first job delivering papers in Princeton, NJ, with a route that took him over rooftops and down fire escapes. In 1972, his family settled in Newton Highlands, MA. As a teenager, he worked in food service jobs from Dunkin' Donuts to Jordan Pond House in Acadia National Park.
He was accepted into the prestigious theatre program at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA in 1978. After a stint working professionally as an actor he met his wife, decided to pursue a more stable career, and went back to school. He graduated from the University of Massachusetts - Boston, Magna Cum Laude with a degree in philosophy.
In 1982, he worked in one of the first computer stores, selling Apple computers in Cambridge, MA. In 1984, he moved his family to Tampa, FL, where he worked for Entre Computer Center. It was there he met his future business partner, Phil Humphrey. Humphrey and Strange created The Solution Associates, Inc. in the fall of 1987 to help companies use technology profitably in their businesses. In 1992, he bought his business partner out and is now sole owner and CEO. The Solution Associates has been evolving ever since, and has now settled into a consulting group that helps businesses implement custom software solutions that increase their profitability.
Mr. Strange is a member of Tampa Bay Business Owners, the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce, and the Greater Temple Terrace Chamber of Commerce. He is a public speaker on corporate productivity and social media strategies, as well as a writer. In his spare time, he enjoys playing online games, directing plays or musicals, drinking wine and talking about philosophy with his two amazing children.
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Hidden Money - Productivity and Process Improvement
by Charles H Strange
There is money hidden in your company right now. Money that you can’t see. It is not on a financial statement, performance review, or production report. Depending on how long you have been in business and how large your company has grown it could be hundreds of thousands of dollars. This book will show you how to extract that hidden money through productivity and process improvement.
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