I designed and prepared this Operations Guide for ClassOne. This document has been excerpted for presentation in this context.
I wrote this extensive technical and marketing overview document for the Xerox Versant 80 Press.
I designed and prepared this Electrical Schematics Guide for ClassOne. This document has been excerpted for presentation in this context.
I designed and wrote this Quick Start Guide for ClassOne.
I designed and wrote this Preventative Maintenance Training Guide for ClassOne. The document has been excerpted for presentation in this context.
I designed and wrote this reference guide for the implementation of the SECS II protocol on Solstice single-wafer tools. The document has been excerpted for presentation in this context.
I wrote this product description for use in a variety of contexts; in full, as part of formal RFP/RFQ responses; excerpted, for use in marketing documents of various kinds.
Our lives grow more complex, it seems, by the minute. More things must be accomplished, more places must be visited, and more people must be contacted. The pace of business is accelerating, and the rise of the global economy has brought the far corners of the world within our grasp. The engine of this growth has been the worldwide telecommunications network, and service providers worldwide are responding to this growth by providing more connections to more customers in more ways than ever before. The integration of these vast and complex capabilities involves many technologies, but the most important, and most central to these is the directory. Directories provide basic search and retrieval functions that are critical to nearly every type of modern telecommunications function.
I designed and wrote these pieces for EXCEL.
I designed and wrote each of these pieces for Healthcare Benefits Network.
Good morning. My name is Nitkin Thakor, CEO of GeBBS Healthcare Solutions. I want to thank the HBMA for the opportunity to address you this morning. GeBBS has been an HBMA corporate sponsor for ten years now, and we have developed a close relationship and a genuine fondness for this organization and all it does for us in this industry. We have met many of our customers through HBMA, and have developed many personal and professional friendships as a result. So it is a great pleasure to be here to greet you.
I designed and wrote these pieces for Revertech.
Beyond simple Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint capabilities, Viper can be configured to act as a wireless repeater, a wireless bridge, or as a wireless router. As a repeater, the Viper will accept incoming traffic and retransmit it without change. This effectively extends the range of a wireless network. As a bridge, Viper will perform a similar retransmission function, with the additional capability to accept incoming transmissions using one protocol, and retransmit them using a different protocol. Finally, Viper can act as a highly sophisticated router, in which the retransmission of the incoming signal can be performed selectively to different target destinations, based an a variety of criteria. Among other things, Viper’s router functionality permits the creation of dynamic multi-hop Store and Forward network topologies.
I wrote and designed each of these sheets.
Apstrata is entering the cloud computing market with an extremely robust and powerful database and applications platform that is designed to facilitate rapid deployment of applications with minimum infrastructure risk. Apstrata faces formidable competition from the likes of Yahoo and Google, who are already well established in the cloud computing space. Apstrata must therefore win with exceptional technology, and a highly-effective, properly-targeted go-to-market plan.
It is well understood that the practice of healthcare is both an art and a science. The business of healthcare is no different. To be “skilled in the art” of healthcare business operations is itself a science, requiring precision, sophistication, and persistence.
In the world of western medicine, better outcomes may be the objective, but financial health—for patients and service providers alike—is the domain of the insurance industry. Coding for prompt, proper reimbursement from payers is already challenging, because profits are predicated on denials, and improperly-coded services just don’t get paid. Like it or not, accurate codes are the keys to the kingdom, and the number of keys is about to quadruple.
The Columbus Urban League (CUL) is a community-based, non-profit advocacy organization whose mission is to empower families in need with data-driven, life-changing strategies designed to support the achievement of self-reliance and self-sufficiency and family stabilization. CUL currently employs approximately 75 staff who are responsible for the delivery of 19 different consumer-based programs.
In early 2010, Bob Evans Restaurants was faced with a serious business challenge: declining restaurant attendance and stagnant revenue growth. Decades of success and a strong nationwide footprint had given the corporation excellent brand recognition and a loyal customer base, but also something of a stale aftertaste. Something new was needed to reinvigorate the brand, bring new customers in the door, and grow revenue.
The United States Air Force is among the largest organizations on Earth. With an annual budget exceeding $170B, it is much larger in revenue terms than the entire military budget of China, with well over half a million civilian and military personal in its employ. The computing and logistics requirements of any organization of this magnitude are enormous. EXCEL has been at the forefront of the USAF’s ongoing efforts to construct and maintain an information technology infrastructure that is capable of serving the needs of the organization, and that demonstrates resilience and robustness far in excess of conventional commercial systems.