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2005:
Website redevelopment [Prosperity4 Ltd] .NET website development.

 

Website development [Bridge Associates] Website development www.payrollhut.co.uk

 

Technical move & remote management system [BMA models] Technical office move & systems implementation.

 

Technical move [Wimbledon AELTC Study Support Centre]  New location No.1 court Wimbledon.

 

Infrastructure change [St.George's Press] Network migration.

 

2004:
Website redevelopment [OnlineGroup Ltd] website developed with content management system.

 

Mentor based training [NHS] Web programming course for developers with graphic design background.

 

Video Suite management solution [BMA models] Video streaming solution for agency.

 

Database solution [Wimbledon AELTC Study Support Centre]  .NET implementation with SQL Server backend.

 

Media Streaming [World Television] Live video streaming of annual financial reports.

 

2003:
Content Management System [AmounTravel] website developed with content management system.

 

Marketing Portal [Bovis Lend Lease] full extranet implementation using  MS Sharepoint Portal Server.

 

Risk Analysis System [London Underground] risk register with Monte Carlo simulation.

 

Project Change Control System [Bovis Lend Lease]  .NET implementation with SQL Server backend.

 

Media Streaming [World Television] Live video streaming of annual financial reports.

 

2002:
Cisco Knowledge Base System [Bovis Lend Lease] demographic based GUI website for project information.

 

Workflow Automation [HealthCare Connections] conducted requirements analysis.

 

Video Conferencing [Bovis Lend Lease] analysis, costing, planning for video conferencing solution over IP.

 

Cisco Process Tracker [Bovis Lend Lease] template-based website with auto-email notifications.

 

2001:
VideoCast [Atrium Communications] intranet based video-delivery system with eLearning and discussion forum.

 

Document-Sharing System [AbbeyNational] web-enablement of document-sharing system.

 

WhoVoted [Level5] database design for parliamentary voting record system.

 

QuakJak [Level5] feasibility study of prototype for online gaming system with Flash and Java.

 

Need2Hire [Level5] portal for equipment hire and supplier bidding.

 

Sofamous [Level5] portal for actors and entertainers.

 

Contact Management System [TP Bennett]  intranet for a architects with security and contact management facilities

 

2000:
BootCamp [MicroSoft] intranet based psychometric testing for project managers.

 

Costing and Invoicing System [St.George's Press] intranet based system.

 

Ummah TV [SimplyStream] prototype development of an online-TV station.

 

1996 -1999:
Security Audit System  [NatWest] NT Services for audit of security event logs and applications which is used in tracing fraud across 1800(NT servers) branches with 40,000 NT workstations machines.

 

Gateway System [JP Morgan] communication gateway system for financial transactions processing and transmission.

 

Automation System [Citibank] expert system application for automated routing and processing of incoming telex messages.

 

1995:
Stockbroker System [ACT Financial] messaging system linking multiple market maker systems to common stock broker trading interface at Lloyds.

 

GTMS (Global Transaction Management System)  [Citibank] user interface and data conversion system linked to the TRESTEL system.

 

1994:
CrossRail Costing System  [London Underground] Client-Server application developed to manage project accounts, estimate, budgeted, actual and forecast expenditure for construction project.

 

Data conversion Interface  [Post Office Counters] data-conversion and transfer routines of costing information linked to Primavera.

 

Help System  [Beard Dove] automation of legal documents for RailTrack

 

1993:
Distributed Payroll system [DATASCIENCES-Farnborough (Currently owned by IBM)]

 

1985-1992:
Print Management Systems [PCS Group] print estimation, job costing, invoicing and MIS reporting systems for group of 14 companies.

 

Electronic Publishing solutions [MELS]  tools and technology development and support for publishing house.