IBM -- Key Systems Architect. Led development and building of first ATM systems in the world that were launched at Lloyd's Bank, London, England. Heading a team of 16 people, this revolutionary product for the time, was created in 15 months. The financial benefit of the ATM invention worldwide was immeasurable, i.e. billions of dollars, in an industry that has continued to grow and expand beyond the initial application.
IBM -- Performed Systems Auditing for several industries, including the Finance, Publishing and Insurance industries, as well as IBM itself. These audits produced changes in strategic direction in each company that allowed them to optimize their capital investment of hundreds of millions of dollars.
IBM -- Re-engineered the way banks processed checks from a paper based system to an electronic scanning system. This change saved the banks millions of dollars daily, and continues to offer enormous savings in productivity and verification.
IBM Consulting -- Terminated a multi-million dollar banking system project that had a miniscule failure rate, which nonetheless undermined the cost justification By changing the scope and lowering the technology dependence the same or greater objectives could be achieved..
Re-Think, LLC -- Created a fuzzy logic system that has multi-industry applications and vast productivity and financial implications.
University of Pennsylvania -- Contributor to Organization Dynamics curriculum in area concerned with the election process and its integrity.
Nottingham University, Nottingham England -- BA Honors
IBM's President's Class -- LaHulpe, Belgium
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