Here are a few projects TMBTC has recently wrapped up.
By making nodes aware of its own resources, I was able to remove the need for a single job manager. Instead each node, provided it has resources available, will check the schedule and pick up as much work as it can.
Standardized dissimilar data for consumption and aggregation saving time and resources when dealing with an onslaught of files.
API integration and consolidation with common social media channels. Collected data then is fed into a crises management dashboard allowing executives a near-time view of reactions and responses to industry affecting events.
Using a combination of API hooks and scheduled batch processes I was able to tie our Timesheet System, Project Management, and our Financial software together. This allowed for automated project time allocation, allowing Project Management to see actual time vs forecasted.
The use of key chaining is fed into my demographics database which is used to help campaign managers pick and analyze segmentation. Because I also store results the manager also has the ability to forecast the responsiveness of the selected segment.
By automating standard processes, I was able to drive down costs associated with maintaining a large Helpdesk environment as well as allowing the team focus on more difficult tasks.
Migrated several websites onto more modern CMS platforms, making them responsive to todays growing mobile browsers.
By collecting performance statistics (all the way to the process level) TMBTC has been able to conduct deep dive application analysis, identifying and fixing bottlenecks.
TMBTC has developed a stand alone self sufficient RFID scanning cabinet that helps keep track of tags checked in and out to individuals.