Recent Projects
ShowLeads is a suite of applications used to track sales leads or session attendance at Trade Shows. There are two main "user applications" one "server application" and a "Sql database" used to store the data. The user applications are designed to run on either a PC (typically a laptop) or a hand held Pocket PC, based on user preference. Both applications share the same architecture and make use of Bar Code scanners, and/or Magnetic Stripe card readers as input devices, to reduce the time it takes to acquire an attendees sales or attendance demographics. Both applications are designed to be used in either a stand-alone or fully networked environment. In a fully networked environment sales leads and session attendance is transmitted to the server in near real time. The system can send emails to customers with targeted text or attachments (brochures, price lists, etc.) based on their answers to questions they were asked in the booth. The email can be sent within minutes after requesting the information while they are still attending the show. Session tracking information is available to show management within minutes of its acquisition on the show floor.
Directions is used by School Districts to manage their Special Education "Individualized Education Plan" (IEP) program. It provides school districts with a district wide enterprise level resource to create and maintain individualized, state compliant, and professional-looking IEPs and GIEPs. It tracks regulatory deadlines, and provides district-wide Pa and federal reports. Directions integrates seamlessly with the school districts existing Student Information System to maintain teacher and student demographics via automatic nightly updates. The sysyem is self deployed to the desktop with MS Access and uses MS SQL 2000 as the backend database.
Dimensions is a district-wide solution for creating a K-12 Assessment Portfolio for each student in the district. It uses a variety of assessment instruments (e.g. rubrics, grades, tests, Report Cards, PSSA, checklists) created by the district. Dimensions is a hybrid app that uses both Browser based (ASP/HTML) and MS Access programs to allow teachers and administrators to create and assign assessments to teachers or groups of teachers, enter scores, and analyze results for all students in the district. Allows tracking student progress for the entire career of the student. Integrates seamlessly with the districts existing Student Information System importing teacher, student, and roster data via automatic overnight updates. Uses MS SQL 2000 as its data store.
Foundations, is a computer aided instruction program that enables teachers to integrate technology with best practices teaching methodologies like ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis), and DTT (Discrete Trial Testing) to help Autistic and other learning disabled children. Foundations uses dual (touch screen) monitors to present multiple full motion videos, audio and still digital images. It collects real time student performance data, and provides multiple reporting and charting options allowing teachers to measure student progress. Developed using Visual Basic with an MS Access database.
P2 an MS Access application using a MS SQL 2000 database backend to manages the installation of network wiring in thousands of sites for multiple customers. P2 automatically integrates with the company’s legacy Computer Rental Reservation database system allowing all of the accounts payable, receivables and GL to be in the same place, while allowing the new group to have their own tool to manage their unique business rules, forecasts, and schedules.
AMEX Expense Reporting System (AERS) using MS Access. This aplication saved the company thousands of dollars a month in wasted man-hours by centralizing and automating expense reporting for corporate AMEX cardholders located across the country. Before AERS the accounting department would have to duplicate and mail printed AMEX statements to all cardholders so they could fill out their expense reports. When the expense reports came back the accounting clerks had to audit the expenses and manually post each one to an appropriate GL category. After the program was deployed the accounting department would download one file from an AMEX website, and push a button to import it into the system. They would then send an Email to all the cardholders who would electronically complete their expense reports. Once the expense reports were completed the accounting group pushed one button to export all the GL data to their accounting system.

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