On Mark

Mark Fellenz brings to bear a deep professional background in management consulting along with the creativity and ingenuity of an entrepreneur. His specialty is blending the strategic and tactical in always finding smart, out-of-the-box approaches to whatever challenges may exist.

Mark started his career with Ernst & Young LLP consulting for some of the largest companies in the world and then moved into successive cycles of start-up efforts, independent consulting and project management activities, which brings him his current dual-track of both consulting and finally launching a start-up of his own making. He earned a bachelor’s in electrical engineering and an MBA in entrepreneurship, both from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Mark is looking forward to a hopefully great season of camping and another round of snowshoeing toward the end of the year.

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Situation: Worcester Polytechnic Institute recently established (in mid-2010) the WPI School of Business from its former Department of Management and seeks to further build upon its #1 Part-Time MBA program ranking in parallel with active recruitment efforts and deployment of new and improved programs.

Situation: Babson College sought to dramatically reengineer its entire MBA Admissions process, taking it from a traditionally passive model to an outward-facing, proactive approach across all four of its MBA programs.

Situation: NSTAR, a major public utility, faced a major dilemma – They needed wireless, mobile-device capability in all their warehouses, yet the time and effort to achieve that objective wasn't feasible given a traditional approach projected to cost $5M and one year to upgrade their existing systems.

Situation: Uuquo.org seeks to solve the problem of Username proliferation across and throughout the internet by offering an open and true-to-form Web 2.0 service that makes the internet easier for People to use and more streamlined for Websites to offer valuable content and services.

Situation: Enkata Technologies, a CRM Analytics start-up, needed a complete operational framework and customer service-oriented approach for its initial launch of an internet portal focusing on customer feedback and its later launch of Analytics services via an ASP business model.

Situation: With Ernst & Young specialized in solving business process and systems challenges of international nature and complexity for such notable clients as Ford Motor Company and General Motors.

Situation: Ford Motor Company engaged Ernst & Young to completely reengineer its global supply chain (production planning through dealer order management) that, at the time, annually manufactured and sold approximately 6M vehicles across North America, Europe, and Rest Of World.

Situation: General Motors faced considerable short-term challenges in their coordination of sales and operations planning activities for dealer and fleet sales as GM both implemented a new order management system and underwent organizational realignment.

Situation: Echlin, a $4 billion automotive supplier, needed to deploy an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) package across its facilities in Connecticut, Ohio, and Kansas as well as rationalize its business processes, both targeting improved coordination and operational efficiency.


Master of Business Administration, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, May 1994
Concentration in Entrepreneurship

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, May 1991
Concentration in Automatic Control Systems


Snowshoeing, Camping (and Bike Camping), Behavioral Analysis, National Politics and Foreign Affairs / Policy, Entrepreneurship, Open Source and Open Approaches to Everyday Problems