mccoy, GYF, GYF ERP, ERP, NetSuite, PittsburghAngela C. McCoy

Senior Manager, ERP Solutions Group

Phone: 412-338-9308 x282


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As Senior Manager of the  GYF ERP Solutions Group, Angie leads the efforts to help clients choose and implement a best-fit ERP/Financial software solution. Her ability to interpret a wide range of complex business processes and her extensive knowledge of ERP/Financials is the winning combination needed to provide exceptional insight into improving clients’ business processes and software-driven workflow requirements. The ERP Solutions Group is a channel partner for two of the industry’s leading cloud-based and on-premise software vendors:  NetSuite and Sage.

Angie joined Grossman Yanak & Ford with more than 15 years of experience in distribution and logistics software and related technology. Her career began soon after she graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a BS in Psychology focused in Industrial Business Management when she joined a software company focusing on ERP/Financial software. Angie was committed to both business development and client satisfaction through varying roles including Client Trainer, Systems Analyst, Project Manager, Sales Support and, ultimately, Director of R&D and world-wide support. Through these experiences Angie developed the critical skills necessary to understand the unique requirements of various industries.

Following those 15 years in the business community, Angie took time away from the outside workforce to be a stay-at-home mom to her two sons. During this time, Angie founded and operated the Mighty Penguins Sled Hockey Organization, the area’s first non-profit adapted ice hockey program for individuals with disabilities. In this capacity, she defined the mission and charter of the organization, secured non-profit status and developed relationships with Pittsburgh’s top corporations to raise community awareness of the importance sports can have on individuals with disabilities. She has seen firsthand the impact sports can have on building self-esteem and confidence in individuals with disabilities. In 2014, her son, Daniel, who was born with significant disabilities, won a gold medal in sled hockey at the Sochi Paralympic Games.

Angie lives in Indiana Township with her husband, Mark. Her oldest son, Andrew, is a physical medicine and rehabilitation physician currently in residency with UPMC. Her son, Daniel, is a personal trainer who advocates for individuals with disabilities. He is currently enrolled in the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Health and Rehabilitation Science Master’s program concentrating on wellness & human performance.

Additional Roles

  • Founding Member of Pittsburgh-area NetSuite User Group
  • Founder and Board Member of Pittsburgh Mighty Penguins Sled Hockey
  • Board Member of Sled Hockey Foundation