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Dallas, TX

CAREER HISTORY:

Confidential, Dallas, TX

Solutions Architect

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for leading and managing the efforts to develop requirements statements, logical data and process designs, approach documents, test plans, and implementation needs (training, procedures, etc);
  • Communicate with all levels of management regarding change management issues; secure approvals.
  • Work through fellow team members to meet project objectives;
  • Provide feedback to team members throughout the project; and Leverage project management technologies (Agile/SCRUM) to ensure predictable project success.

Confidential, Dallas, TX

Business Process and Profit/Financial Analyst

Responsibilities:

  • Working with smaller companies providing Cost - Volume profit analysis (educating the client on CVP, Contribution Margin & Contribution Margin Ratio, Breakeven Point of Sales, etc.);
  • Profit analysis (Identifying the components of Profit analysis, Assumptions in Profit analysis, Limitations of Profit analysis); Gross Profit margin / Net Profit margin / Operating margin and Profitability Index explanation and identification.
  • Overall goal is to provide these smaller companies insight/education to their actual operations and a ‘template’ that will make them more profitable.

Confidential, Chicago, IL

Team Lead: FileNet P8 Architect / Administrator

Responsibilities:

  • Provide systems operational support, technical skills to monitor, operate and maintain technical infrastructure and test new methods, software, hardware, data flow and interfaces with existing systems.
  • Supervise and provide technical guidance to the staff in monitoring, operational and administration of technical infrastructure, and testing of new methods, software and hardware;

Confidential

FileNet P8 Architect / Administrator / Staff Augmentation

Responsibilities:

  • Architected new WebSphere 6.1.x and WebLogic 9.x (JVM) environment for all four environments (DEV, TEST, Model Office, and Production) within the P8 4.0.x and 4.5.1 application; Reviewed and implemented performance tuning measures-base P8, Business Process Framework (BPF), and Oracle;
  • Provided other technical teams Networking Team ( F5 and Radware Load Balancers), Web Hosting Team, and DBA group with performance related advice unique to the Confidential environments;
  • Handled level 2 and level 3 problem ticket issues (from an administration viewpoint); and conducted general P8 administration tasks.

Confidential, Natick, MA

FileNet P8 Solutions Architect

Responsibilities:

  • Lead architect for FileNet IDMIS to Confidential /FileNet P8 migration (Windows 2003 Server/MS SQL 2005 Server/WebSphere 7.x Server);
  • Created training plan for IDMIS 4.x administrator for the new P8 architecture;
  • Worked with corporate MS SQL 2005 DBA’s for optimal P8 setup;
  • Architected and implemented three Windows 2003/MS SQL P8 environments (Development, Test, and Production) including RightFax Integration, capture, eMail manager, and workflow;; and created System Integration Test (SIT) and User Acceptance Testing (UAT) scripts.
  • This effort was entirely controlled under Global Systems Methodology (GSM).

Confidential, Dallas, TX

Lead Business Analyst

Responsibilities:

  • Documentation of key system and work flows (of the current and ‘To Be’ processes); and Design and document future hardware architecture (software, infrastructure, and hardware components).
  • Analyze and prioritize Wellmark s strategic ECM requirements, map those requirements to industry Best Practices, perform the necessary ROI analysis, and assist with RFP requirements for the determined ECM needs across the specified Wellmark functional areas.
  • Lead the facilitation and gathering of business and technical requirements (while maintaining an ECM product agnostic viewpoint);
  • Organize and conduct working sessions with targeted client work areas; and assemble final client deliverable presentation.
  • Requirements gathering and analysis (functional and non - functional); Develop a prioritized list of known business requirements and identify gaps that need to be address

Confidential, Scottsdale, AZ

Project Manager

Responsibilities:

  • To stabilize the Confidential infrastructure, optimize existing investments in technology, reduce the number of data centers under management, restructure their systems management processes, and reduce IT capital and operating expenses.
  • I was brought in to: Drive the establishment of a current inventory of all software/tools (in house and OEM) in place (Wintel, P, and Z series systems);
  • Assist in the multitude of software migrations tasks covering the three data centers nationwide; Work closely with the disaster recovery team (coordinate between the internal hot site and production center); Assist and drive the multiple cutover weekends (established net-meetings that had current state of affairs for stake holders and upper management).
  • Project management duties included: Project plan creation, modifications, and client delivery; weekly status report publication; daily client interaction and problem escalation/resolution; biweekly client/vendor meetings; and coordination of weekend migrations (both software and hardware).

Confidential, Nashville, TN

Project Manager

Responsibilities:

  • Management of the workflow automation of a Medicare system (Part B and DME for: Appeals, Claims, Inquiries, Redeterminations, Overpayment recovery, etc...).
  • Create and review business use cases for the above complex workflows/streams (via End-to End business scenario use cases);
  • Establish reporting requirements; Macro/micro design; and implementation.
  • The biggest challenge of this project was interaction with a government mainframe (the only on-line access was via screen scraping).
  • Other components used included: RightFax; custom JAVA user interface.
  • Project plan creation; daily and weekly client meetings; coordination with the technical and business leads (for workshops and requirements sessions);
  • Coordination of client's business leads for use case discussions/validations; and Coordination of client's technical leads for technical discussions surrounding government system restrictions and desired/overall technical direction.

Confidential, Philadelphia, PA

Project Manager

Responsibilities:

  • Develop a FileNet Macro Design; and Develop a FileNet Implementation plan and budget.
  • The client's business desire was to automate the processing of International Letters of Credit and appropriate repository storage.
  • Confidential /FileNet components included: P8 CE, Capture, Email Manager, and BPM.
  • Post completion of this Macro Design phase, my team members were directly responsible for the follow-on work/SOW-R2 that was just over 1 million in services.
  • Facilitation of client workshops/interviews (business process flows);
  • Weekly status reports; Monthly financial reports; PFMT / NSSO duties; and Team/client relations.

Confidential

ECM Analyst / Systems Architect

Responsibilities:

  • My duties surrounded both the architectural and Enterprise Content Management (ECM) portions of this engagement.
  • I assisted in the publication of the Business Requirements Document; with specific effort surrounding the Non-Functional Requirements (NFR) and architectural concepts for the Development and Production servers deployed.
  • We also held several global conference calls with the client's business/end users to understand process and usage.

Confidential, Bethesda, MD

Business Analyst / ECM Analyst / Architect

Responsibilities:

  • Created and delivered a comprehensive Business Requirements Document (BRD) for a full life cycle mortgage-lending project (Broker to Post Closing). Here is a list of the sub-sections published in the BRD deliverable that I was active in:
  • Content Capture Capabilities; Indexing / Categorizing Capabilities; Access Management (Search, Retrieve, Display); Document & Image Management; Security; Other Line of Business (LOB) Requirements; Traditional Non-Functional Requirements (NFR); Service Level Agreements (SLA); System/Hardware Requirements; and Future Requirements (those outside of current project phase).
  • The assembly-creation / delivery / return dissection of a Request for Proposal (RFP); Vendor analysis criteria creation and vendor demonstrations;
  • Business/End user process interviews; and Technical architectural drawings (current state and proposed).

Confidential, Austin, TX

Senior Pre Sales Engineer

Responsibilities:

Responsibilities:

  • My group exceeded 7.5 million dollars in licenses / services in 2005 (including the largest single sale in corporate history).
  • Our first contract included an Enterprise Content Management sale, closed in 29 days.
  • Other activities included: Crafted responses to RFI’s and RFP’s;
  • Worked with Confidential partners, creating go to market/joint product strategies (and appropriate account sharing);
  • Worked directly with corporate strategic marketing and created/implemented competitive campaigns; and developed/delivered product demonstrations to suspects/prospects/customers via Webinar, one-on-one, and in conference forums.

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