May 2013 – Oct 2013 PG&E
Sr Project Manager

As the Senior Project Manager for Enterprise Content Management at PG&E I managed multiple projects including, Reveille Monitoring, Document Capture, SSO and the integration between Documentum, the Oracle Service Bus (Fusion Middleware) and SAP
(Documentum D2, Captiva InputAccel, SAP, Oracle Fusion Middleware, SSO, Reveille

Mar 2010 – Jul 2012 Life Technologies
Technical Manager

As the Technical Manager at Life Technologies I was involved in two Global implementations of Documentum and Captiva. These implementations involved document capture, AP automation and integration with SAP and E1 using Oracles Fusion Middleware.
(Documentum 6i, Archive Services for SAP, Captiva, SAP, E1, and Oracle Fusion Middleware)

Feb 2009 – Oct 2009 ICW Group
Sr Project Manager

As the Senior Project Manager for Enterprise Content Management at the ICW Group I am managing the integration between a document capture solution, Livelink, SAP and Records Management. From a program view I worked towards establishing an enterprise content management infrastructure. Led Knowledge Management Initiative.
(OpenText Livelink, Archive Server, Records Management, Captiva InputAccel, SAP

Mar 2008 – Jul 2008 Countrywide
Project Manager

As the Project Manager on this project I worked with a small group of document capture and .Net resources to deliver an application upgrade to Countrywide’s capture solution for insurance documents.
(Documentum 6i, Captiva InputAccel, Oracle, .Net)

Nov 2007 – Feb 2008 Network Appliance
Project Manager

As a Project Manager for the Web Technology Group I helped manage the migration of Network Appliance’s website to a new Web 2.0 hosted environment. Their “national” website for an international audience is currently localized in 9 languages. Assisted in selection of a Globalization Management System.
(Clickability (Hosted WCM), SDL (GMS), WebLogic, Oracle, Unix)

Sep 2006 – Oct 2007 Ericsson
Project Manager (Development)

Managed an international team of 24+ developers for Ericsson in Singapore to create a digital asset management application for SingTel, South East Asia’s largest telecommunication company. The application included service preparation, transcoding, thumbnailing, portal delivery and billing.

Worked with Ericsson towards laying the foundation for a new practice in digital asset management by packaging an end to end solution, organizing the support organization and creating a marketing plan.(Documentum 5.3, DAM, WCM, WebLogic, Oracle, Unix)

Sep 2005 – Apr 2006 Fedex
Working with FedEx to develop an Enterprise Content Management Infrastructure covering the United States, Asian-Pacific and Europe. Assisting in the establishment of a "Center of Excellence", Enterprise Taxonomy, 2-Year project and resource plans, POC as well as a high-level design. Developed an RICEF and mentored various team members as they investigated various design topics. (Documentum5.3, WebLogic, Oracle, Unix)
Oct 2004 – Aug 2005 Telus Canada
Worked with the various business and technical units within Telus in developing an Enterprise Web Content Management Architecture. Assisted in the re-design of the Small and Large Business B2B Portal. Mentored Telus resources on individual applications using J2EE methodology and industry best practices for the various tools.
(Documentum 5i, Sun Portal, WebLogic, Oracle)

Mar 2004 – Oct 2004 Blue Shield of CA
Gathered requirements, architected and developed a taxonomy, lifecycles, workflows, and custom audit data aggregation in support of Blue Shield’s (BSC) Consumer Operations. BSC has 2300+ users that had been using Documentum without any direction for over a year. In order to give them a firm foundation for content management and to serve as a model for an enterprise architecture I managed an in house team of 30 leads, and subject matter experts and designed an organization that included a Content Manager, Architect, Librarian and application programmers. In addition I have been providing ongoing advice on an Enterprise Architecture.
(Documentum 4i, Oracle, Unix)

Dec 2003 Jan 2004


College of American Pathologists
Gathered requirements, architected and developed ACLs, permission sets, lifecycles, workflows, and custom methods in support of the College’s business practices. Designed and initiated a proof of concept (POC) to improve productivity and data integrity.
(Documentum 4i/5i, SQL Server)

Apr 2003 Jun 2003 Screen Actors Guild
Gathered requirements to configure and create basic customizations to WebPublisher in support of the Screen Actor’s Guild (SAG) Web Portal implementation. Provided mentorship and best practices to SAG personnel and a third-party vendor. The environment ran on Windows 2000 servers with content being pushed to multiple servers.
(Documentum 5i, WebCache, WebLogic, Oracle)
Nov 2002 Mar 2003 Wells Fargo
Configured and created customizations to WebPublisher in support of Wells Fargo’s Site Migration effort and served as the project’s Documentum subject matter expert on Object type/attribute model definition. These customizations involved the WebPublisher interface and additional validations and actions. Assisted developers in migrating legacy data.
(Unix, Documentum 4i, ATG, Oracle)
Mar 2002 Nov 2002 Purdue Pharma
Customized the WebPublisher interface for Purdue Pharma and mentored their developers on Documentum best practices while working in a validated environment. The customizations included new screens, reports and a customized workflow. Templates included with this design used dynamic XSL and xDQL processing. Introduced Purdue to an online markup tool that allowed easy to use collaboration tool that integrated into their system.
(Windows 2000, Documentum 4i, WebCache/Content Caster, iMarkup)
Oct 2001 Jan 2002 Och-Ziff
Worked as an Information Architect to design a document image capture application for Och-Ziff a financial company. This application included automatic fax, scan and electronic signature integration. One of the key requirements was defining attribute data sources.
(Windows 2000, Documentum, InputAccel)
Oct 2001 Dec 2001 Alldata
Worked as an Information Architect with AllData and AutoZone engineers to develop an XML authoring application that maximized component reusability, concurrency and allowed lifetime auditing. The application involved an end-to-end process that scanned automotive manuals that were sent to India and converted to XML. These xml documents were imported into Documentum as multiple component objects and became the building blocks to new content. Included, as part of the application was custom authoring and management interfaces.
(Unix, Documentum, xMetal, LIMS)
Dec 2000 Mar 2001 Cisco Systems
Project Manager
Managed a Documentum WDK project for Cisco Systems to produce a Web-based document repository. This project involved a custom taxonomy definition, full-text indexing and subscriptions.
(Unix, Documentum, JAVA)
Oct 1999 Dec 2000 Boeing Airplane Company
Project Manager
Worked with the client using Joint Application Development (JAD) Methodology to design and manage a large authoring application that was ATA 100/2100 compliant for Boeing’s Service Bulletin Engineering. This application integrated FrameMaker + SGML and Documentum and included heavy customization of both products.
(Windows 98, Documentum, FrameMaker, C, Java, Visual Basic and COM)
Oct 1998 Mar 1999 Qantas Airlines
Technical lead on a large SGML authoring system for Qantas Airlines. This application supported the training department and involved complex component sharing, concurrency, workflow and reuse using custom parsing, bursting and chunking functions. A custom interface was created in Visual Basic for managing the approval process.
(Windows, Documentum, C, Visual Basic, Lotus Notes)
1992 2003 Involved in countless client initiatives covering multiple industries including semiconductor, aviation, banking, insurance and health sciences. These initiatives involved interacting with clients to gather their requirements and provide them with an architectural overview of the proposed system. Included were initial budgets using top-down and bottom up estimating, providing project plans detailing the resources required in documentation that upon acceptance was translated into detail designs. My greatest strength is in conceptualizing and then communicating a solution with supporting architecture to the client.