Cuong H. Do
- Senior Managing Director
- T: +1 202 312 9140
- F: +1 202 312 9101
- 555 12th Street NW
- Suite 700
- Washington, DC, 20004
- United States
- T: +1 202 312 9100
- F: +1 202 312 9101
- B.S., Accounting and Finance, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
- E-discovery Software & Services
Cuong Do is a Senior Managing Director in the FTI Technology practice and is based in Washington, DC. Mr. Do’s areas of expertise are document management, database management, application development, web design and accounting, and finance. As a senior managing director at FTI Consulting, Mr. Do leads a group responsible for native file processing, tiffing, document management and consulting.
Mr. Do has over nineteen years of consulting experience in the accounting/financial fields and in software development. Throughout his career, Mr. Do has developed numerous financial systems for both corporate and governmental entities. His expertise in developing web based project management tools, corporate websites, and documents tracking and billing systems has been utilized by top law firms and corporations.
Mr. Do has designed and developed large relational database applications and has in-depth experience in importing, exporting and reporting data. His relational database experience includes MS SQL Server, MS Access and MS Visual FoxPro. Software development platforms include IIS/ASP, Visual Basic, .NET, MS Access, HTML and Crystal Reports.
Before joining FTI in 2002, Mr. Do was an independent contractor, developing financial client-server database applications, websites and intranets for the real estate, financial and governmental sectors. He also worked at CareerBuilder as a Business System Manager and Arthur Andersen as a Senior Consultant. Mr. Do designed and managed custom billing, reporting and customer service applications at Career Builder. While at Arthur Andersen, Mr. Do developed a complex REIT tax allocation application, time and expense billing software, and investment databases.
Mr. Do holds a B.S. in accounting and finance from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute.