Monthly Archives: January 2015

Use Case: Improving city services

In 2005, we were tasked by the District of Columbia Department of Transportation to create an enterprise software solution that would help manage performance-based contracts to monitor the maintenance of street lights and parking meters. For years, the city had … Continue reading

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Use Case: A calculated response to Mother Nature

Prince George’s County Department of Public Works and Transportation required an enterprise software accounting solution that would help manage resources and costs when responding to emergency conditions that were unpredictable, uncertain in duration, unknown in intensity, and could potentially cost … Continue reading

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Use Case: Training saves lives

How one Utility Company commits to it’s employees Early in 2001 we were approached by a utility company to design & deploy a software application that would help their employees ‘stay safe’.  The software would have an acronym “TRMS” which … Continue reading

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Project Management: Paying attention to what matters

Having worked 30 years in software development on projects that range in size from multiple years  — to those that take less than 1 week, I have my share of experience is knowing what works, and what doesn’t.  As it … Continue reading

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