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1994-1995 Project Manager
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CS First Boston Corporation

Project Manager and consultant for CS First Boston Corporation (New York), financial institution, in their relocation and consolidation of Corporate headquarters, trading floors and facilities. Duties include:

Project Manage the installation and implementation of a Corporate-Wide asset/inventory management database to aid in the relocation effort including performing the original research and business analysis, establishing the business plan and researching solutions for integration into a disparate Banyan/Novell LAN with access over the Wide Area Network.

Research and present state-of-affairs regarding videoconferencing technology existing at CS First Boston, Credit Suisse and on the Holding level.

Established precept and organization and project manage the Relocation Project Archives reflecting all Technology Disciplines (LAN, WAN, Cable), Facilities Disciplines (Construction, Architectural, Engineering), Fixed Income, Equities and Investment Banking Business Units technological designs and budgets.

Documentation includes:

  • Relocation Project Executive Statement.
  • Technology assessment and comparative analysis of three (3) leading vendors and developers of Asset/Inventory Management Databases for a Corporate-Wide solution.
  • Network Solutions Paper for integration of asset/inventory management database in a disparate Novell/Banyan and Wide Area Network communications environment.
  • Videoconferencing Assessment at CS First Boston.
  • Paper establishing identity of the Relocation Project outlining the methodology and procedures for meetings, corporate communications and document distribution as well as design and formats for all project-related documentation: minutes, agendas, technological assessments, project plans, budgetary reports, memos, industry-based articles etc.
  • Relocation Project Archive Paper.
  • Minutes for LAN, WAN, Cable and Facilities design meetings.
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