headshot_wpWork Experience

The following list of companies and dates comprise my entire work history in I.T. My work with SQL began in 1993 when I was a Business Analyst for Raytheon. This website also contains a timeline of SQL experience, covering 25 years of SQL development.  Broad experience has enabled me to collaborate with all types of people, and I believe this is equally as important as my technical skills.

These are the business people I regularly interface with:

  • Internal I.T. people
  • Business analysts
  • CPAs, accountants and book keepers
  • Business owners, entrepreneurs
  • C-Level executives
  • Director level professionals
  • Project Managers
  • Software developers
  • Other B.I. developers
  • External I.T. companies

Incidentally, I’ve actually held some of those roles during my career. This helps me comprehend requirements quickly and suggest the best solutions in response to business needs. All of my career stops are listed below. A PDF resume is available upon request.

Freelance B.I. Developer
Major League Reports
February 2011 to Present

Data Architect
Public Records Match
January 2010 to February 2011

Consultant (Director of Orlando Branch)
iVenture Solutions (purchased Biziteks in 2008)
September 2008 to January 2010

Chief Consultant (company co-founder)
Microsoft Gold Certified in Business Intelligence
March 2002 to September 2008

Sr. Software Developer (and I.T. Director)
Combined Billing Corporation
February 2001 to March 2002

I.T. Director (and Web Developer)
Creative Loafing Newsweeklies
January 1997 to December 2000 (as an employee)
February 1994 to January 1997 (as a developer/contractor)

Business Analyst
Beginning of my work experience with SQL
May 1993 to January 1997

Systems Engineer
Apple Computer
September 1991 to May 1993

Systems Engineer
Progressive Business Solutions
March 1990 to September 1991

Do you want to know more?

I’m happy to discuss my previous experience with you in more detail if you have questions. Whether or not you’re ready to make a decision about your need for a B.I. Developer, please do not hesitate to contact me. We can discuss your situation and I’ll try to help you figure out the next step. It’s free to consult with me until we figure out a plan of action that fits for you. It’s my pleasure to help you out.

Email: chris@majorleaguereports.com
Phone: 407-865-4940