Guy M. Heath


Technical Summary: 


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5/2002 to 12/2002:      Senior Web Developer

NCR, Duluth, GA


Created a web solution for NCR.  The site is a global extranet for NCR, their ATM customers and vendors.  This application tracks, alerts, and reports on various issues surrounding the deployment of ATMs around the world. 






11/2000 to 5/2002:      Project Manager / Technical Lead

Lyra Technology Group, Duluth, GA (Client - US MINT, Washington, D.C.)


This project was a process reengineering of the Financial System (PeopleSoft 7.53) being used by the US Mint.  Problems occurring within the User Community and with the IT Support Staff were identified.  Minor problems were resolved utilizing PeopleCode and PeopleTools.  Major problems where identified with recommendations.  All problems were tracked, discussed and presented to top Management at the Mint.  Functions analyzed included; General Ledger; Budgeting; Asset Management; Payables; Purchasing; Billing; and Receivables. 




·        Scope and Risk Management; Project Planning and Reporting (MS Project 2000)

·        Scheduling and Coordinating with SME(s) Nationally

·        Daily / Weekly Status Reports



8/2000 to 10/2000:                              Senior ASP Developer

ISC Corporation, Duluth, GA, (Client Clarus Corporation)


Project created two Business-to-Business websites featuring MS Commerce Server.  Released by Clarus as “E Market” and “E Procurement,” these applications serve as commerce sites for Clarus’ customers (Banks, Manufacturers and Retailers).  During the development phase, these applications were featured on Microsoft’s Commerce Server website - Fall 2000. 




·        ASP Page Development (Visual InterDev 6.0, CCS, VBScripting and JavaScripting)

·        Integrated ASP Pages with COM+ Data and Presentation Objects (Layers)

·        Created Stored Procedures and Views (SQL Server 7.0), Commerce Server 2000, IIS



5/2000 to 8/2000:                                Senior Web Developer

Intellimedia Corporation, Atlanta, GA (Client Innotrac Corporation)


Innotrac provides fulfillment management (warehousing and inventory control) for Bellsouth.  Bellsouth uses Innotrac to store the parts needed to install ADSL to residents and businesses.  This project created an inventory tracking and reporting website.  The site connects ADSL Installers, Managers and Sales Staff, and allows tracking, ordering and reporting of the ADSL parts needed for installations and customer service throughout the Southeast.






Senior ASP Developer

Extreme Logic.  – Atlanta, GA (Client BioLab)


BioLab sells chemical pool products to retailers.  For years they had been accepting and tracking customer orders through shared connections and EDI ASCII files.  The project created a website that replaced the ASCII files with XML documents. 






3/96 to 11/98:                          Manager / Technical Lead – Applications Development

Kilpatrick Stockton, Atlanta, GA


Responsibilities included all application development for this large law firm.   Set department design standards and strategies including naming conventions, code documentation, resource management, and development methodology – rapid application development (RAD) and Full Project Life Cycle and the use of MS COM Components.  Developed many applications including:  IT Support Web Application – IIS 3.0, Cold Fusion 3.0 and ASP with SQL Server 6 (Views and Stored Procedures), ADO, CSS. 




6/95 to 2/96:                            Lead Developer

US Communications, Norcross, GA


US Communications specialized in phone and pager activation and severed as a vendor for Retailers (Walmart, Kmart).  Using MS VB and Access forms connecting to SQL Server, US Communications managed activation cost and customer data (credit scores, customer activation address and activation duration).  US Communications ran their business with their own in-house Financial System.






B.S., Marketing, 1982 - San Jose State University - San Jose, CA

Microsoft Certified Solution Developer  (1997-2000)