Rover's Rewards is a full-service marketing and loyalty program. Through its smartphone application, it helps business owners draw in new customers and encourage previous customers to return more often. Users can earn and spend points by visiting businesses within its network and these businesses can build longer lasting relationships through an unobtrusive and well-received line of communication and marketing.
WeDo Technologies is a supplier of revenue and business assurance software and services. Its netCLARUS SaaS offering helps eliminate $100s of millions in expense for some of the nation's largest mobile service providers. netCLARUS offers a powerful GUI to analyze millions of call records to increase visibility into variable network operating costs, intercarrier exchange costs and local, LD and SMS usage.
Farragut Systems provides custom software solutions in the areas of local government and property and casualty insurance. NCPTS is joint venture between Farragut and the NC Association of County Commissioners to create a comprehensive property tax system. Farragut also provides customized line-of-business client-server applications for a large property and casualty insurance firm to aid their agents in the field.
As a technical co-founder of Rover's Rewards, I work with my two partners to run all areas of the business. I am primarily responsible for technical work on our website and mobile applications and management of our Azure deployment, but am also frequently involved with general business strategy and planning. Currently, I do the following:
I was a senior developer on WeDo's netCLARUS product which is a SaaS offering subscribed to by multiple tier one and two mobile providers in the US. Some of my accomplishments:
I led the initial development of the Appeals Module for Farragut's NCPTS property tax assessment system. I also led multiple projects partnered with the internal development team at a large midwestern P&C insurance firm to create line of business applications for their field agents. While at Farragut, I was: