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originally posted by: Rosinitiate
They were probably charged $50 million to scrub their servers. ...suckers.
For more than 35 years, I've been a "Hired Gun", successfully extracting and separating banks from some of their money. Well, I guess a better way of putting it would be that I've been employeed by some of the finest bank computer software and service providers for the past three and a half decades and have thus managed to eke out a reasonably comfortable existance for myself and family.
Over 35 years experience as Programming Manager, Consultant, Project Leader and Systems Programmer in banking on IBM mainframe environments. Very strong in development and implementation of large scale online banking applications using COBOL, CICS and VSAM in both MVS and VSE environments with extensive experience in Assembler.
Excellent professional track record includes:
16 years Consultant and Programming Manager with Alltel/Systematics
3 years Sr. Systems Prgmr Team Leader with Old Kent Financial Corp.
3 years Project Leader for Pacesetter Financial Corp.
13 years Vice Pres., Sec., Treasurer for Data Center, Inc.
3 years EDPM Analyst with The Boeing Co.
Have installed and tested all Systematics software products at dozens of domestic client locations as well as many major international institutions in England, large banks in Puerto Rico, the National Bank of Greece and Riyadh Bank of Saudi Arabia.
Developed the source translator system for the international version of Systematics software.
Assisted in opening first SI data center in England and consulted with client (American Express) in the conversion to Systematics ATM Card processing for U.S. Military personnel in England and Germany.
Set up and was responsible for a statewide communications network for a five billion-dollar multi-bank holding company (OKFC). This included remote MICR capture using IBM 4300's and S/34's into twin IBM 4381 hosts running DOS/VSE under VM.