Developed various EDI reports as required. The initial files were generally one-time snapshots of data that would be used to transmit eligibility to various carriers. Since early 2010, most files were ongoing files, that were utilized to free up internal employees to focus on other areas of the application.
My initial project at Elite was to build a DataMart as a central repository for future reporting needs. No singular framework existed that could meet the needs of the EDI’s that were expected to be built moving forward.
Over a period of a few weeks, the DataMart was designed and implemented along with a DataQualityControl framework.
Each day, the system loads a snapshot of key fields in the source systems. Over time, this data could be used to meet all reporting needs.
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. My direct responsibilities for large client implementation ended in late 2006 as more team members came on board. I then served in an advisory capacity to those doing the direct work.
Our organization took on two extraordinary cases during this period of time, and I served as internal tech lead for co-ordinating the data import into the system, and the consolidation of this data from all the various sources.
Managed a small team during these large client acquisitions to ensure data quality, as well as accurate data translation and consolidation from multiple source systems.
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.