IBM Global Services
Notes National Practice
September 1996 - July 2000
I joined IBM in the fall of 1996 as part of the Notes National Practice. While a part of this team I was on several projects. Some of the highlights are as follows.
Developed a travel planning and expense reporting system based on Lotus Notes and DB2 for one of the nations leading shipyards for the design, engineering, construction, life cycle fleet support, repair and modernization of advanced surface combatant ships for the U.S. Navy and for international navies, and for advanced commercial marine vessels. Interviewed the user groups, collected and defined the business requirements, designed the system framework, coordinated the development effort. Integrated the system into their existing mainframe application for processing the expense payments.
Developed an office automation system based on Notes for the chairmanís office of a major energy sector company. Interviewed the user groups, collected and defined the business requirements, designed the system framework, coordinated the development effort for the eight applications that were in the system. [More details...]
Developed a forecasting system for a large sports clothing and accessories manufacturer Designed a security sub-system to allow visibility to the line of management within the forecasting system
Completed the development of a project management tool for a health services provider Used rapid applications development techniques to develop a report writing tool in a very short period of time.
Participated in an internal IBM project to manage the migration of several thousand notes R3 applications from a variety of legacy Notes domains to notes R4 applications in a common domain. Developed a project tracking application to help manage the migration project. Developed procedures (ISO-9001 type) which would allow the actual migration project to be managed by a Non-Notes person.