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NFP Change Management

To: 
2009
From: 
2008

This is a great group. It supports the Old Croton Aqueduct, the skinniest park in New York State, that runs by my house.

Implemented e-commerce for them, online memberships, set up the designer, presented to the board. All the usual.

Problem Definition: 

An easy, role-based CMS for a group of computer unsavvy ragtagle bunch of volunteers, including membership, e-commerce, interactive trail navigation, and general change management.

Approach: 
Slow. I was not only developer, but wrangler of social and technical skills.
URL: 
http://www.aqueduct.org

Business Journals

To: 
2006
From: 
2003

When I arrived on the scene at the Westchester and Fairfield Business Journals, 4-day-a-week employee went live with the web version of these papers the Thursday after Monday morning publication.

Using XML from Quark (later InDesign), a smaller staff was able to generate the full web version of the paper four days before the paper version hit the mailboxes, at a tiny fraction of the cost of a full time employee.

Build out full eCommerce for online paper purchases, integrated with two different vendors.

Problem Definition: 

One of those integration problems at which clemandco excels: how to take items and protocols on hand and turn them in a real, working system that saves time and money?

Approach: 
Many phases, from initial development of the online papers and scripts, to full ecommerce, metatagging, dynamic publication through much-hacked Drupal instance.
URL: 
http://www.westfairinc.com

Debt Collection

To: 
Present
From: 
2002

The firm of Moss Associates came to me to build a system for debt collection to be used by lawyers distributed nationally.

The system logs, assigns, tracks the items, and reports on monthly totals and commissions for users. It generates court papers in Word format, and tracks every call, change in item status, final payments, and even mailing labels for correspondence.

Kind of like a CRM, only with debtors.

Problem Definition: 

How do you build a national law firm of part-time associates specializing in debt collection?

Approach: 
Full application development, from ERD to application architecture to graphic design to debug to rollout.
URL: 
Private

Human Resources

To: 
Present
From: 
2002

The client, Gilman Performance Systems, is a leader in the Human Resources of 360 review, hiring, and many other areas.

This was a port of their existing application, 'Successful Interviewing Selection,' with many bells and whistles added.

Role-based ACL, reporting, and custom generation of Microsoft Word documents, including interview questionnaires and interview selction criteria, right down to the ranking of applicants and their interview sessions.

Problem Definition: 

How "to coordinate, track, manage, and best of all, save time on your entire interview and selection process."

Approach: 
Full application and graphic design, staging maintenance and feature additions over the years.
URL: 
http://www.successfulhire.com
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