Matt Kahnert is a dynamic finance leader with over a decade of experience in revenue modeling, financial planning, and project management, boasting a diverse background in healthcare, pharmaceuticals, IT, and the federal government. He excels at team-building, stakeholder collaboration, and utilizing cutting-edge analytics for forecasting and reporting.
Matt Kahnert is a seasoned finance and accounting leader known for his meticulous attention to detail and exceptional problem-solving skills. With a keen interest in numbers and financial analytics, Matt excels in day-to-day financial management, ensuring seamless operations in a high volume, complex environment. He takes pride in unraveling the financial narrative behind various business areas, providing insights to stakeholders and guiding decision-making processes. "I love numbers, math, and uncovering their hidden stories. Finance grants a unique perspective by connecting all financial data sources and creating a holistic view of a firm's health," says Matt.
Matt finds MDK's values of creativity and collaboration particularly meaningful. “Even though MDK is so well established and there's so many good people that have been here for so long, the post-pandemic shift to an agile environment marks an exciting inflection point. I think there's a lot of latitude for thinking creatively.” Collaboration lies at the heart of Matt's approach, fostering a supportive and inclusive environment where diverse perspectives come together to drive success. Empathetic and caring, Matt is known for his genuine concern for his team members, ensuring they feel supported and heard.
Matt has an extensive professional background in finance, excelling in leading and managing teams focused on revenue modeling, financial planning, and predictive analytics with a strong emphasis on network volumes. With expertise in a high-growth technology business segment, he expertly developed and coordinated detailed monthly, annual, and long-range revenue forecasts.
Matt's financial analyses, reporting, and sensitivity assessments across all products and programs create a comprehensive narrative around profit and loss statements and segment performance. Additionally, he has implemented self-service reporting dashboards for internal and external stakeholders, concentrating on revenue financials, enterprise volume performance, and industry data comparisons.