When Robert Wood isn’t blogging, which is most of the time, you can find him helping companies as a consultant who works with ERP software, Crystal Reports, MS Access, and Excel.
He is a co-owner of DDF Consulting Group, a firm that specializes in helping companies get the most out of their accounting/ERP/business software packages.
Since 2009, Robert has been a member of 90 Minds, a loose confederacy of over 200 Sage ERP Software consultants who share resources and communicate daily via a private social media/forum site. He served as Membership Director and was in charge of bringing new members on board and answering a variety of questions for current members for 10 years. Currently, Robert is President of 90 Minds.
Robert was president of Ocala Noon Toastmasters in the 2012-2013 Toastmasters year. During his time as president, Ocala Noon Toastmasters grew from a dying club with only 12 members to get President’s Distinguished. He continued as the VP of Education, where he was responsible for maintaining the schedule and nurturing the growth of Ocala Noon Toastmasters’ members. Robert continues to hold various offices in his Toastmasters clubs.
Robert has served as the Social Media Chair for Toastmasters District 84. He has served previously as Area Governor for Area 71, Division G for Toastmasters District 84.
He has many years of experience in online networks, social communities, and other elements of digital business. He has served as a moderator on a fan forum for the BBC TV show Spooks, known as MI-5 in the US. He assists in running several Facebook and LinkedIn Groups.
He is an occasional contributor to a few blogs.
Robert is a connoisseur of pop culture, superheroes, comics, science fiction, business books, history, classical literature, and films both good and bad occasionally sharing those gifts with the guys over at The Soul of Enterprise podcast.
He lives in Central Florida where he is also a father of two, husband of one, volunteer IT help for his kids’ school, the first male member of the school PVA, and regularly tries to avoid being the free IT help for friends and family.
He has served as the chess club coach at his kids’ school for the 2015-16 and 2016-17 school years.
You can follow Robert on Twitter where he frequently banters with his friends and occasionally posts something useful.