Patrick Wulf is a commercial computer scientist and a "master of numbers" at DATA MODUL.
His area of interests include process analysis, interface definition and KPI analysis. He began his career ten years ago on a symbolic note by taking on the challenge of guiding the process implementation of a new ERP system. That was the beginning of a long and successful partnership. In 2011, Patrick Wulf moved to the corporate controlling department and graduated as commercial computer scientist. Since then he evolved in his special capacity to identify, organize and report on transactions from a corporate perspective.
"I feel that my position at this company meets my expectations and my idea of a versatile, engaging and challenging job. DATA MODUL provides me with the opportunity to gain profound insight into the processes and to discuss these with the managers of each department and provide support.
In addition to the analysis of key performance indicators, controllers provide process support in the areas of process analysis, depiction of various key topics in form of presentations and varied project tasks. Our team is trained to identify risks early on, to point them out in an understandable manner and to aid management in their decision-making process by preparing corresponding analyses, providing them with the basis for decision-making. Needless to say, that is a great responsibility and demands a high level of accuracy and a structured work approach. It is more than worth while for me to have an inter-departmental controlling job that is exciting and also allows a lot of contact with our international subsidiaries, also providing me with the opportunity to work creatively and independently on projects.
As the Head of Controlling, I also attend senior management meetings and work directly with the CEO, providing groundwork on a wide variety of projects. In this context arise demanding, exciting and varied task, that challenge me every day again. Much of our success is contributed to our team who works effectively, efficiently and structured. When we define our company's goals as a collective, we have always accomplished a lot – and in doing so, will also continue to make a difference."