Steve Engmann, MBA, CMA

Over 20 years of business management experience helping top executives and business owners improve sales, profitability, process flow, reporting and analysis.

Professional Experience

  • President of Competitive Strategies. Co-founder of Competitive Strategies in 1997.
  • Manager of Management Consulting Services for a Regional CPA firm for over 8 years.
  • Business consultant for the Minority Business Development Center in San Jose, CA.
  • Manufacturing cost analyst for a division of Litton Industries in Silicon Valley California

Industry & Project Experience

  • Design and development of Financial and Management Reporting Systems.
  • Design and development of Costing Systems for Manufacturers.
  • Design and development of Data Collection and Reporting Systems.
  • Integration of Industry Specific software to core business systems.
  • Job Costing for machine shops, woodworking shops and contractors.
  • EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) for manufacturers and distributors.
Certified Sage Intacct Specialist

Degrees & Certifications

  • MBA (Masters in Business Administration) – Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA.
  • CMA (Certified Management Accountant) – Institute of Management Accountants.
  • Bachelor of Science in Education – University of Wisconsin at River Falls.
  • Sage 100 (MAS 90 & MAS 200) certifications in Installation & Setup, Data File Structures, Core Accounting and Distribution.
  • Certified Sage Intacct Implementation Specialist



  • Appleton Baseball Club / Wisconsin Timber Rattlers: Board Member 2001-2011
  • Institute of Management Accountants, Winnebagoland Chapter: Member and Past Board Officer.
  • Kimberly Area Youth Basketball Club: Board of Directors, President, Member and Coach
    2000 – 2014.
  • Mapleview Elementary School: Past PTO Board Member and leadership role in start-up of new elementary school.



  • San Francisco Small Business Exchange
  • Corporate Report Wisconsin
  • Accounting Today
  • Marketplace Magazine
  • The Post Crescent