A custom reporting framework was created for our internal users. The requirement was that they needed access to specific pieces of data on an infrequent basis. Not enough that a full (client facing) report for the front end should be developed, yet more that it couldn’t be handled as an ad-hoc data request.
The framework was written using the MVC3 framework in C#. The meta data was stored in such a way that the site didn’t need to be updated after each report was released. A T-SQL script could be used to push the report, and when the reporting framework loaded, it would detect the new report and present it as an option for the user to run.
I was approached to assist a client in building a tool to assist with sales tax calculation for advertisements shown on television. This involved querying massive datasets that detail each ordered and shown television advertisement shown in multiple major television markets. Then aggregating the data and allowing custom sales tax profiles to be applied on a per customer basis. Finally, an admin website needed to be built to manage all this information.
Worked with the development team to maintain an existing in house solution for the management of employee benefits. Mainly focused on the benefit side of the application, fixing defects and working on feature requests as needed.
Did this work during my tenure at WE / MFI from 2004 onward.
Worked with a small application development team to produce an internal portal to replace an Access database. Site used XML and XSLT extensively in the data import and reporting portions of the application.