Summary of qualifications
am an experienced Lotus Notes applications developer. I have developed practical systems
incorporating advanced security models, automated work flow, and operating system
|I consider myself, first and foremost, a consultant. My role
is to advise my clients and provide them with solutions. I am particularly strong at
devising practical, cost-effective solutions to end-user problems. I am able to draw on
broad business experience as well as through technical knowledge of hardware, software and
development tools. I am able to understand my clients needs in their terms, and to
translate them into solutions in technical terms.
I have over
twenty years experience
in the management of information technology. My experience includes the management of
traditional computing facilities, advanced technology, applications programming and
computer-aided design/engineering. I have had full management responsibility for staffs as
large as one hundred full-time people.
My company, Glenn Orenstein Consulting,
Inc., has been serving businesses like your since the beginning of 2000.
My ability to manage information technology is based on my background and
experience as a practicing engineer. I have advanced degrees in structural engineering,
and am registered in four states. As a result, I am in an unusual position of being able
to act as a bridge between the business and technical needs and the technical and
administrative side of information technology.
- Lotus Notes:
Application developer. Thorough knowledge of LotusScript,
database systems. Please see our additional qualifications in
- Visual Basic:
Programmer and developer. Database integration.
Visual Basic, LotusScript, C, Perl, Fortran
Legacy: Fortran, dBase/Clipper, Basic, MS-DOS, PC assembly language.
PC installation, maintenance and repair.
- Developed an order fulfillment system for book and newsletter publishers
- Developed a database and user front end for the publishing of a 400-page
- Provided start-up services and ongoing support to a legal office.
- Providing ongoing consulting to many
professional-services firms, including financial advisors, law firms and
Orenstein Consulting, Inc. 2000
Provides application development and information technology services.
Specializing in Lotus Notes and Visual Basic computer applications,
and in general computer services to small to medium-size professional
Stone & Webster Engineering, Boston, MA 1984 2000
Stone & Webster is among the foremost engineering/construction firms in the United
States. It specializes in the design and construction of large process plants, including
electrical power, chemical and petrochemical.
- Technology Leader
Introduced and grew local-area networks. Introduced and grew internal electronic mail
and Internet E-mail. Responsible for selection of CAD and document management systems.
Introduced Internet, and developed Stone & Websters Internet and Intranet sites.
Set hardware and software standards for the corporation. Grew desktop computing from 40
IBM PCs to 3,000 desktop workstations.
- Business Leader
Introduced cost-saving measures that reduced cost of computing, communications and
business processes. Responsible for vendor selection, negotiation and contracting.
- Manager of Technical Support
Through a staff of 22, provided corporate end-user support, including network operations,
user training and help desk.
- Manager of Information Technology Department
Managed a department of 100 dedicated to providing business re-engineering and project
support services. Technology areas included CAD, GIS, configuration management and
- Software Developer
Developed applications in Lotus Notes, Visual Basic, Perl and Microsoft Access.
Experienced in all facets of Notes development.
- Manager of Computer-Aided Design
Converted company from a closed-shop CAD operation to a distributed, project-based
Provided studies and advice in computer-related matters to diverse clients such as the
Massachusetts Water Resources Authority and a nuclear power plant in Lithuania.
Ph.D. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.
M. S. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.
S. B. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge. Major: Civil Engineering.
Glenn S. Orenstein, "How to Create
Yahoo-Like Web Folder Navigation," DominoPower Magazine (http://www.dominopower.com),
September, 2001 issue. The complete article may be viewed at http://www.dominopower.com/issues/issue200109/webfolder001.html.
Glenn S. Orenstein, "Making Your
Modem Work With Ten-Digit Dialing," Memo - Published for the
Members of the Newton-Needham Chamber of Commerce, January, 2001, Page
Glenn S. Orenstein, "Reusing the Web
Address Dialog From the Notes R5 Mail Template," DominoPower
December, 2000 issue. The complete article may be viewed at http://www.dominopower.com/issues/issue200012/address001.html.
Glenn S. Orenstein, "EEVL:
Engineering Information Portal," The
CyberSkeptic's Guide to Internet Research, Volume 5, Issue 8,