More than ten years of experience as an Information Technology Consultant, specializing in custom database management systems solutions. Developed cost efficient information solutions, through reengineering of key business processes and streamlining operations. I have provided systems solutions for numerous companies, large and small.
Specialize in custom, proprietary software solutions with a user-friendly interface designed to run on a stand alone computer, a network configuration, or over the internet. Systems design concentrates on RAD (Rapid Application Development) mode of programming, to get the client up and running as soon as possible. In addition to smaller departmental solutions, I also have a great deal of experience with Client/Server systems with very large databases (200+ Gigabytes) deployed in SQL Server environment.
Offer extensive customer support from the start of the project, through each step until completion. This includes the initial meetings with users to outline the specifications and scope of the project, through programming, testing, user feedback, and debugging. This type of support and follow through is especially valued by smaller clients who do not have a large IT department and may not have experience with all phases of the rollout of a software system. Another plus is the exclusive relationship that the user will have with me personally, verses a large consulting firm with multiple inexperienced contract people and high turnover.
Bristol Myers Squibb
Capitated Disease Management Services
Deloitte & Touche
Fujisawa Healthcare, Inc.
Korsh America, Inc.
National Abandoned Property Processing Corp.
North Shore LIJ Health System
Palm Beach Nursing Home
Rhone-Poulenc Rorer (now Aventis)
St. Peterís Medical Center
Staten Island University Hospital
James W. Teipel
37 Wyckoff Drive
Pittstown, NJ 08867
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Masters vs. Olympians
I went to a big Rutgers swim meet this weekend (about 10 different colleges) and they had some extra events (like top 9/10 year old relays in the state) and one of the events was the best masters swimmers in the area against two Olympians. I swam in two events but the only one you really see me in is the one below. Iím leading off the relay in the lane second from the bottom (in the sexy Speedo, the announcers messed up the lane assignments, so when the say "Scott won the race" it is really me that won the race). My 23.29 seconds of fame is ruined!