has played a key role with Cherniak Software since 1987. During
that time, he has managed a number of projects and provided the
hardware/ third party software/ integration support for many others.
His knowledge of and skills in integrating the multitude of diverse
technologies available in the marketplace deservedly earn Norman
the reputation as a technical guru.
been extremely successful in looking after all the needs of his
clients and making them feel pampered and his gregarious nature
has made the process all the more enjoyable for each one of them.
Norman has been
and is an active participant in user groups, e.g. the Smalltalk User
Group and UNIX UNANIMOUS. He has a strong interest in Science, with
a boundless thirst for `how things work', and likes to steal away
to the ski slopes as often as he can.
Networking / Communications / Integration
Knowing what is the latest and greatest about whatever you
need knowing about, be it hardware, communications gear, operating
systems, database management systems, user interfaces, etc.
Installation Planning, wiring systems, telephone systems
to install and upgrade operating systems no matter how complex.
Expertise in getting sophisticated networks up and running
and keeping them running smoothly.
Excellent command of `C', Smalltalk, UNIX, NT.
Automated data conversion.
Encyclopaedic knowledge of industry hardware/software
trends through voracious journal reading.
of Science in Computer Science, York University.
25 years as an Information Systems professional, in government
as well as the private sector.
up networks of information systems in many different configurations
to satisfy widely
Designed and implemented
a major fully integrated application for the tour and travel
industry that allowed one tour operator to expand from 50 tours
per year to over 250.
Implemented a comprehensive
system to satisfy all the requirements of a major national union,
one module of which was a `hiring hall' module that stood up
to handling over 2500 members looking for work despite the fact
that the initial requirement was only for 300.