Contact: Denise Schneider, Technical Project Manager, email@example.com
Projects: Search Engine, E-Commerce, Intranets, Extranets.
Triad Communication is a small but growing public relations firm with a strong internet development backbone. I love working with Triad as a contract developer because the work is never boring, the people are the best and the support from management is superb. Most of the work I have done for Triad has been internet development using Active Server Pages (ASP) with IIS and a database, usually Oracle or MS SQL Server. We always use the latest tools at Triad including developing custom ActiveX objects, Microsoft Transaction Server (MTS), and other cutting edge tools. I have worked as an individual developer, team member, team lead and project overseer. For example, recently we finished rolling out a document repository to support current litigation. We built the system, including tools to load and manage the data as well as loading 500,000 documents (over 6 million pages), in a little over 2 weeks.
I have worked on more than 15 different projects for Triad, but because of client relations I cannot list all of the URLs for the websites here. Please contact me individually for references to more specific clients and projects.
A brief list of projects for Triad Communications:
National Park Foundation - One of Triads most important clients is the National Park Foundation. With Triad I have been a lead developer on all aspects of the National Park Foundation websites. Some of the applications that I have developed for NPF are the Donate section of the main web site, the Pass Purchase site, Batch Loading Tool for data management and the Data Management application, which I cannot show due to confidentiality. In addition to the web site programming, I have been instrumental in managing large data sets of constituent information, reporting and updating the data, writing custom tools to send email campaigns and monitor feedback results.
Public Affairs Council - PAC is a long time client of Triad and I have been involved in the PAC system throughout it's lifespan. Initially hosted on an Apache server for Unix, I converted the application to running on IIS for Windows, added a shopping cart with checkout for the PAC Publications system and wrote a registration system for PAC conferences. Read more about it here.