Technology Management

Intent is focused on business advantage while providing understanding on complex systems and information. This requires translation between technology and strategy. The goal being reasonable options – seemingly simple portrayal does not hide but rather conserves so that multiple views can be taken during the decision process. 


  • Business process review and interviews with key business experts
  • “Vision” document creation (core requirements, features, and constraints)
  • Business modeling
  • Technology Recommendations
  • Prototypes

Project Management and leadership

The philosophy is business goal oriented. Project transparency coupled with a hands-on, technical approach provides strong leadership and meaningful accountability. Work is kept on track and early reporting enables management guidance.

  • Project charter – Definition, scope, objectives, organizational structure, key stakeholders
  • Project plan – Schedule, milestones, task assignments, allocation
  • Staffing – Skill requirements, interviewing, assessment
  • Configuration Management – Documentation, version control, system platform, non-functional requirements
  • Quality – Methodology, planning, assurance Operations plan – Training, maintenance, post-production deployment
  • Legacy Replacement – Business continuity, IP preservation, conversion
  • Methodologies – SCRUM, agile, unified, waterfall