Group 1 Software, designed, developed, implemented, maintained and enhanced DOC1 applications for several Group1 customers. These customers include A.G. Edwards, Charles Schwab, Edward Jones, Shaw Cablesystems, Seattle City Light, Seattle Public Utilities, City of Calgary, Southwest Securities, Enmax Corporation, Shaw Cable Ltd., and others.
ISM BC (now Telus), a Canadian Computer Outsourcing company, completed the data design for a DOC1 statement and developed, tested and implemented the complete DOC1 application using the DOC1 ALE. This 2up multi-page AFP statement was put into production on December 001, 1996.
Xerox Corporation, developed training for the International sales and support structure that allowed them to understand IBM’s AFP architecture and positioned them to sell the new Xerox AFP printers into this marketplace. He then delivered this training in train the trainer sessions at various Xerox facilities around the world.
IBM Printing Systems Corporation, wrote, produced and developed a CD that contained all necessary training for IBM 2085 and 2105 printers. This CD was able to replace the need for classroom training to the end users by IBM technicians.
Canadair Inc., developed a Global Print Strategy for senior management. The recommendations from this were adapted and implemented. This strategy was subsequently adopted by the parent company, Bombardier.
Carr Gottstein Foods Company, implemented a distributed printing environment that allowed them to complete the migration of all of their applications from a VSE mainframe to a Unix based Client/Server environment.
State of Wisconsin, assisted in the consolidation of printing technologies into one, IBM’s AFP; also assisted in the implementation of and application migration to the archival and viewing products of RSD America; participated in an evaluation of the check production process for the State of Wisconsin.
Oregon Mutual Insurance Corporation, an insurance company converting their output processing to Xerox technology from impact and IBM AFP printing. Conducted an evaluation of their current environment and provided recommendations which assisted in the development of a professional document production and support area while protecting the investment Oregon Mutual had already made in skills, resources and technology.
The B.C. Ministry of Finance, evaluated current check processing procedures for a B.C. government agency in Victoria, Canada and developed recommendations for the redesign of the business procedures, computer applications, and the implementation of both centralized and distributed MICR printing.
Manulife Financial Corporation, completed a vendor sponsored electronic output strategy assisting them in identifying the output requirements prior to proceeding with equipment replacement was completed.
Nova Corporation of Alberta, developed a high level electronic output strategic plan for a major pipeline company in Calgary, Canada. This involved evaluating computer printing, viewing, photocopying and offset printing to provide recommendations for future technology acquisitions while also identifying more effective use of currently installed technology.
CW Agencies, implemented a high speed distributed print environment utilizing the most current technology on an AS/400, OS/2, PSF/2 platform for a large Vancouver, Canada based mail order firm. Also conducted an evaluation of all computer printing and presented recommendations to enhance their corporate image while reducing production costs and improving efficiency.