One Willow Street
Newport, RI 02840
Summary: 20+ years of experience in the data processing industry including achievements in the areas of Website Development, Product Development, Product Marketing, Direct Sales, Software Support, Customer Service, and Technical Training. Direct sales experience includes selling and managing Consulting Services, as well as, selling mainframe application and performance analysis products.
Business Process Design & Development
Application System Development
Software Tool Design & Development
Product Installation & Support
Application System Analysis
|Web Site Design & Development|
|Stacy House Designs||Newport, RI||1999 - 2003|
|Application Analysis Project - Sprint, Kansas City, Kansas|
|Responsible for implementation of an application analysis process based on Sprint's use of ADPAC products. Provided product training and documentation of the process as applied to the Sprint technical environment.|
|Re-engineered and rebuilt website for a national motorcycle chain - Cycle Sorcery Motorcycle Superstores, Charlotte, NC. Designed and developed multi-language web site, Money is My Friend, for international author. Designed and developed a web site for a therapeutic horse farm. Designed and developed a web site, Beyond Newport Doors , for a local artist. Designed, built and published a website for the Retired Firemen of the Newport Fire Department in Newport, RI. Designed, built and published a website for the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Newport, RI.|
|Built a website of photographs and issues concerning the Newport, RI area - www.stacyhouse.com.|
|Information Architects, Inc.||Charlotte, NC||1998 - 1999|
|Senior Product Marketing Specialist - Competitive Analysis 1999|
|Responsible for competitive analysis in this newly emerging internet organization. This function consisted of extensive web research; designing a competitive analysis database and populating its contents with competitive company and product feature information. |
Designed and developed a Microsoft Access based competitive databaseof Internet companies. Database shows company, product, product features, and other information.
|Senior Consultant – Process Development 1998-1999|
|Spent one year developing tools for Application Inventory and Analysis. These assembler language tools, which are MVS based, provide a comprehensive inventory process which is used for identifying and packaging mainframe application software components for audit, remediation, and conversion. Project included a Microsoft Visual Basic based automated documentation system.|
|ADPAC Corporation||San Francisco, CA||1994 - 1998|
|Product Marketing Manager|
|Established and formalized the Product Marketing function. Shifted the organization from a technology driven to a market driven product development and management environment. Assisted in the development of product marketing specifications (features, functions and benefits), pricing schedules, and revised configurations. Repackaged the product offerings and simplified the product pricing configurations. Was responsible for setting and approving prices on all sales negotiations. Was responsible for the evaluation and testing of new product offerings including a P390 based hardware product and other software conversion tools. Provided the sales and marketing personnel with product training process including understanding client needs and positioning products to meet those needs.|
|New Account Support Manager|
Developed PowerPoint presentations which are currently being used in the sales presentations and training courses. Developed and implemented the ‘Acceptance Criteria’ project plan, a combined product presentation and project implementation guide which that was used to secure a major business opportunities. Made presales product presentations to over 40 customers and prospects. The incremental product sales for this activity were in excess of $2,000.000.
|Customer Training and Support|
Spent considerable time in the field making pre-sales presentations, training prospects and customers, and resolving customer problems.
|Data Dimensions, Inc
||San Francisco, CA
||1990 - 1994
||Operations Manager - Rand Information Systems 1990|
Managed the day-to-day operations of a mainframe development tool vendor, including technical consulting, product documentation, customer support, sales support, and operations management.
|Software Tools Consulting|
Activities included a very detailed review of available mainframe and PC based tools, the selection of several of these tools, evaluating them against both vendor product specifications and user conversion requirements, negotiating the contract terms, product implementation, and user product training.
Tool Development - Built OS/2 based software tools that analyzed application module, determine their language type, and sorted the module into language specific directories.Application Complexity Analysis - conducted a ‘tools based’ study of the maintainability of a 250 module, COBOL based, application system consisting of 250 batch and on-line programs consisting of 1.3 million lines of code. The final report to the client included a management-oriented overview of software metric theories and the application of those theories to the results of the specific application analysis.
|Senior Consultant – Applications Analysis – Kaiser Permanente 1991-1992|
Medical Record Number Expansion Project - was the primary project architect on the design and implementation of a software process which was used to inventory, analyze, and provide the basis for conversion of over 53 million lines of COBOL application code.
Year 2000 Consultant 1993-1994|
Year 2000 Project Support - was responsible for conducting Software Tools Surveys at three East Coast insurance companies. These surveys matched the specific conversion requirements of these insurance organizations against their currently installed repertoire of software maintenance tools. These surveys resulted in recommendations for additional use of some of the currently installed tools, as well as recommendations for the acquisition of additional tools.
|The Data Group
Project Leader – Montgomery Ward Project||Conversion Support - managed an on-site, consulting team responsible for defining the functional and technical requirements for the complete re-development of their strategic Field Service Dispatch and Warehouse Distribution systems. ||Teleprocessing, Inc.
||1987 - 1988
||Project Manager – Systems Performance Analysis||Managed the day to day activities of the technical support team involved in an extensive, comparative performance evaluation of the IBM S370, IBM 9370, AS400, WANG and DEC VAX systems. Assisted in the development and delivery of a comprehensive and detailed report on the relative performance of COBOL based applications across these various platforms.||Boole & Babbage
||1984 - 1987
||New England Area Manager ||was the New England Area Manager for Boole & Babbage, a software performance tools vendor. Responsibilities: was responsible for presenting detailed product presentations of approximately twelve performance monitoring and application development products. Activities included development of marketing and seminar programs, direct sales, customer support, territory management, and office management. Results: reestablished the viability of the New England territory as a $1,000,000 per year sales territory. ||Raytheon
||1978 - 1984
||Marketing Support – Raytheon Computer Services ||Developed the initial sales territory for an application development-consulting group of the Raytheon Service Company. Activities included sales of consulting services, as well as application development software products.||Beta Test Manager – Raytheon Data Systems|| was the Senior Engineer in charge of new product beta testing for Raytheon Data Systems, a primary vendor of telecommunications terminals. Activities included development, coordination, implementation and reporting of detailed engineering field tests of all new hardware and software products. ||Inforex
||1977 - 1978
||Product Support - Europe||Was the European marketing support manager for a new computer system. Responsibilities included product hardware and software configuration training. Activities involved frequent European travel including technical presentations on the hardware and software aspects of that product. As a result of his successes in Europe, was promoted to the position of Assistant to the Vice President in Charge of New Product Development.||Honeywell Information Systems
||1969 - 1977
||Instructor – Technical Education ||Developed and taught courses in the architecture and design of the IBM 360 to Honeywell systems and sales personnel.||Systems Support Representative ||Designed an award winning construction job costing application package while employed as a systems engineer. Authored papers on the application of cost accounting theory to the construction industry and was published in the Journal of Systems Management.||Industrial National Bank
||1967 - 1968
||Assembler Programmer - City of Providence Project||Radican Associates Inc. [RAI]
||Assembler Programmer - Leesona Project|
|De La Salle Academy||Newport, RI||1959|
|Providence College||Providence, RI||AB in Sociology|
|Bryant College||Smithfield, RI||MBA in Management|
|Served as a member of the Codasyl Committee on Command Language Development for 6 years.|
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