Ms. Williams has an
outstanding record of achievement in both marketing and operations management.
She is technologically oriented with the ability to interface
effectively between technical and non-technical persons. Her diversified
skill set includes Crystal report and Goldmine programming, MAS90 and Quickbooks
Pro expertise, expert experience in all Office applications as well as a history
of successful business and financial undertakings. Ms. Williams is a
highly motivated performer with good goal setting and attaining abilities.
Her latest accomplishments include the design and implementation of a newsletter
design class, the creation of several newsletters, the completion of a complex
series of reports using Crystal reports, the customization of a Goldmine user
interface and the design of a marketing and business plan for a small dictation
and transcription software company.
Mr. Little has a Bachelor of
Science in Computer Science from Texas A&M University. Mr. Little's years of
experience include skills in Visual Studio .NET, SQL, RS-232 communications,
protocols, device drivers and a wide variety of programming tools. For seven years, Patrick supported the Greenleaf Software line of
C and C++ libraries across a variety of compilers. Because of
customer buying patterns, the emphasis was on the Borland and
Microsoft environments. Patrick began using Microsoft's C
compiler in its 5.1 release, and now does most of his work with
the 32 bit edition of Visual C++.
Patrick's past experiences have included market and product analysis,
product design, implementation using current methodologies and
tools, product testing , technical document review, product maintenance and internal and external product support. Patrick has a
proven track record for delivering products on time.
Mr. Majors holds a Bachelor of
Science in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University.
For the eight years prior to Addisoft, Mr. Majors worked in the
aircraft industry writing various software and hardware
applications. He has a wide range of knowledge with embedded real
time software for VxWorks and Nucleus operating systems as well
as experience with C, C++ , Ada, IP networked environments, FDDI
networks and ATM switching technology for mission critical
His initial experience as a consultant focused primarily on database
solutions. For these applications, Michael used his knowledge
of C++, Access, Visual Basic and SQL Server to produce several
applications for a range of industries. One of his contracts was a Win16 to Win32 conversion process.
Currently, Mr. Majors has gone back into the avionics industry and is deeply
involved with several aspects in that area. His most recent projects have
involved assisting with FAA certification (PSAC, SSA, etc.), electronic hardware
requirements, interface, design and testing; cockpit U/I and human factors; full
life cycle DO-178B embedded software development including requirements
development, design, code, test and customer support.