Project Manager / Business Analyst

07/2009
  • Manage Web projects and data integration efforts for offshore development in the media publishing industry.
  • Work with external client operation staff to collect requirements on newly proposed business system/processing on both publication and Web space. (ie: MachineDesign.com & SourcesESB.com)
  • Engage with internal sales staff to create cost proposals on new projects for contract bidding.
  • Analysis/BPM of legacy hardcopy publication business and upgrade path with Ad management improvements.

Work with a wide range of technology to find business solutions for external clients’ business processing and sales issues. Some solutions are technology based with a Web component; others are workflow efficiency and information content-related. A large focus is on new technology tools for client solutions and supporting new CMS tools. Engaged with internal Sales staff to create bidding proposals on new efforts to assist contract bidding. Focused on new technology tools for client solutions and supported new CMS tools. (ie: CMS-Drupal using CSS/themes/views, MySql, LAMP stack, MS-SQL, SEO, Visio, PowerPoint, Taxonomy and SOLR Search Engine)

Education listing, oldest listed first:

01/1995
  • NYU - Polytechnic University- Brooklyn, NY
    • Bachelors of Science Electrical Engineering
    • Major: Electrical/Computer Engineering

 

  • Fordham University- New York, NY
    • Masters of Business Administration
    • Major: Finance/Economic

 

  • PMP Certification – expired 2005, documentation attached as sample

 

Past_samples: 
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Tall Crape

Here is a Creapemyrtle that looks to be happy in the part of the yard.  Had to re-plant is a few times, nearly lost the bush.  It come out in late spring, you almost think its dead.  Slow grower, but in late August is looks very nice with maroon flowers at the top.  Was trying to keep it shorter, but cutting it just hurts the plant and top flowers.  Now just letting it grow wild, pushing the height of the white spire birch behind it.

Big Red Flower

Here is a late spring arrival, but makes a big splash in late August.  It has been growing for 4 years now.

Professional and personal site of Tom Hoffelder.

Garden Corner

Here was an unused a comer of the yard that was under a big pine tree, it was made into a sitting area.  Nice a cool on hot days, lots of shade and a good place to smoke cigars at night.  The Hostas grow ver well under the pine tree in this corner

Tortured Smoke

Here is a dual set of smoke bushes the were initially planted to grow tall and provide privacy.  But, the back neighbor later put in a row of bushes (hemlocks) that cover the privacy point, so I was trying to re-purpose and cut the bushes down.  Also second challenge, the area does not get enough sun for bushed to grow full and stay purple.  But they grow back each year, so they are staying.  Bush on left was almost lost this year, trying to grow it back. (ie: fence needs repair, I know...)

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