The Heart of AdvantEdge: Meet Paulo Da Silva, Vice President Development
In our latest series of posts, we are talking with employees to give our readers a bit of an idea about who we are at AdvantEdge –what each job involves and what our employees like about being part of the AdvantEdge team.
Today we introduce Paulo Da Silva, AdvantEdge’s Vice President of Development.
Paulo first joined AdvantEdge in 2001 as a trial trainee, and for the past 18 years, has held numerous positions that have contributed to the company’s continued growth. In his current role, as VP of Development, Paulo is responsible for oversight and management of all billing and coding operations across the organization.
Operations management is a challenging role, involving many facets. On an average day, Paulo can be found in a number of different places, completing a number of different tasks. Whether he’s meeting with developers or various team members throughout the company, performing status check-ins, reviewing projects, identifying and resolving issues, streamlining processes or implementing updates, Paulo understands exactly how to approach each challenge and utilize technology that increases efficiency and best support the needs of our clients and staff.
Paulo, in partnership with his team, is truly the backbone of operations at AdvantEdge. Each day, working behind the scenes to ensure all systems are running smoothly and successfully for our clients and employees.
When asked what he enjoys most about his role at AdvantEdge, Paulo said “I really like the ever-changing demand and that each day brings new and different tasks and challenges. But, I would say the best thing about my job, are the people I work with – things would be very stressful without them!”
Prior to joining the AdvantEdge team, Paulo studied business economics at Rutgers University and spent many years building his significant background in tech and programming. He was born in New York and currently resides in New Jersey with his wife of 18 years and two children. Outside of work, he is an avid motorcyclist and spends much of his free time fencing, coaching soccer, and volunteering with the Boy Scouts of America. Last year, Paulo completed his first full IRONMAN triathlon and will be participating in IRONMAN Canada later this year.