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					                                                           Michael F. Oyach
                                                          Matthews, NC 28105
                                                        (704) 614-5787 (mobile)
                                                            www.oyach.com
                                                         zodiac65@earthlink.net

Objective:
A senior consultant or executive position involved in creating the information technology strategies for a business enterprise.

Professional Summary:
Mr. Oyach has been a systems architect for over twelve years, working in contracting, permanent employment, and self-employment.
Mr. Oyach's concentration is Business Intelligence (BI) and Data Warehousing. Mr. Oyach's roles as a systems architect have also
covered server architecture & infrastructure, Web server software installation, configuration & administration, and technical
lead/mentor for software development initiatives. Mr. Oyach's responsibilities have centered around the systems-side of Internet
architecture, and he has also played a key role for software development as well. His software development roles have been very high-
end functions such as feasibility studies, proof-of-concept, network programming, systems programming, and security programming.

Mr. Oyach's consulting experience is well versed. Mr. Oyach's responsibilities as a consultant have been pre/post sales technical
support, proposal development, technical project planning, and systems integration. He has interacted with clients at all levels, from
developer, to architect, to CIO & CEO. Mr. Oyach has tailored technical discussions to all audiences.

Mr. Oyach's previous roles, accounting for more than twelve years of additional experience, have been Webmaster, DBA, and lead
Web site builder/developer. His current objective is to provide a BI architect and technical leadership role in an active and challenging
environment. Mr. Oyach's longer-term goals are to provide enterprise-level technical guidance, such as a strategic technology
consultant.

Professional Experience:
4/11/2011 – Present. Information (Data Warehousing) Architect, Data Architect, and ETL Architect.
Diversant LLC.
Client: BankofAmerica
Shared Services Architecture Team (Marketing, and multiple financial LOBs).

The technologies and methodologies used are: Cognos, Composite (Data Virtualization), DOMO (previously Corda) CenterView
(Dashboarding), DB2, GoldenGate (Replication), Informatica, Linux, (Data Advantage Group) MetaCenter, Oracle, Perl, SQL Server,
SSAS, SSIS, SSRS, (Apache) Subversion (Source Control), Sybase PowerDesigner (Data Modeling), Tableau (Dashboarding),
Teradata, (Unicenter) Autosys (ETL Management), Visio (UML Modeling).

Architectural Responsibilities and Deliverables: Solution Architecture Definition Documents, including the required data and UML
models. Conceptual, Logical, and Physical data models. E/R and Dimensional Modeling. Architectural guidance and oversight.
Architectural best-practices and reviews.

01/01/1998 – Present. Professional numismatist. Part-time (after hours & weekends).
Clients Confidential.
100% Remote/Telecommute Work.
Professional Experience:
7/19/1999 – 4/08/2011. Permanent, contract, and self-employed architect positions.
The roles served included BI architect, lead data warehousing architect, internet systems architect, Sr. IT architect, Sr. software
architect, systems architect, Sr. technical architect, and technical book reviewer. Including, at times, pre-sales & post-sales technical
advisor, travel to client locations, and Remote/Telecommute Work.

The employers and clients were automotive parts, banking, Big-5 consulting, food services, IT book publishing, medical, nuclear
electric power, software product publishing, state governments, and travel.

The technologies and methodologies used were: .NET Compact Framework , .NET Remoting, AcitveDirectory, ActiveX, ADAM,
ADO, ADO.NET, ADSI, AJAX, Apache, ASP.NET, ASP, ASP+, ATL, B2B, BackOffice, BEA WebLogic, BI, BizTalk Server,
C#.NET, C/C++, CIP, Citrix, COM+/COM/DCOM, Commerce Server, cookies, CORBA, Crystal Reports, CSS, data modeling, data
warehousing, design patterns, Design-Time controls, DTS, EAI, e-Business, E-Commerce (B2C), EJB, EMC Storage Solutions,
Enterprise Services, ERP, ERWin, ETL, Exchange, HTML, IDL, Informatica, intranet, interfacing to mainframe hosts, Internet, IIS,
J#.NET, Java, JavaScript, J2EE, JDBC, JRun, LDAP, Linux, LoadRunner, MAPI & CDO, MOSS, MSMQ, MS Project, MTS, NANT,
NAS, n-tier, NUnit, object-oriented design & development, OLAP, Oracle, Oracle ODI, POCs, Rational Rose & RUP, SAP, SAP BO,
SAP BO WebI, SAP Xcelcius, ServletExec, Scripting Object Model, SharePoint, Site Server, SMS, SOAP, Sparx Systems Enterprise
Architect (UML), SQL Server, SQL Server clustering, SSAS, SSIS, SSRS, Sun NetDynamics, Systems architecture, Terminal
Services, Tivoli, UML, UNIX, VB, VBScript, VC++, VB.NET, VS.NET, Visio, Visual InterDev, VisualModeler, VSS, Web Services,
WebSphere, WebTrends, Windows, Windows CE, Windows DNA Architecture, Windows Load Balancing Services (WLBS),
Windows Mobile, Windows NT Server, Windows Server, Windows XP, Winsock, XLANG, XML, XSLT.

7/1/87 – 7/15/99. Permanent, contract, and self-employed technical positions.
The roles served included lead Web site builder, software engineer, lead developer, database administrator, technical consultant,
programmer/analyst and intern. Including, at times, Remote/Telecommute Work.

The employers and clients were banking, business forms printing, chemicals, commercial software sales, financial services,
manufacturing, and medical research.

The technologies and methodologies used were: Access, ActiveX, ADO, AFC, ASP, ATL, Asymetrix ToolBook, B2B, BackOffice,
Borland C++, Borland OWL, C/C++, COBOL, Cognos, COM/DCOM, cookies, Crystal Reports, DAO, DEC PDP-11, DEC Micro
VAX, DEC VAX, Design-Time controls, DLL development, DOS/Windows, e-Business, e-Commerce (B2C), FORTRAN 77, HTML,
IIS, Ingres, interfacing to mainframe hosts, intranet, Internet, Java, JavaScript, JDBC, MFC, MSMQ, MTS, Novell, object-oriented
design & development, OLAP, OLE, Oracle, OS/2, Paradox, Pascal, PeopleSoft, PL/I, PowerBuilder, Remote Scripting, RT/11,
Seagate Crystal Info, Scripting Object Model, SMS, SQL Server, Sybase ASE, ULTRIX, UNIX, VBScript, Visual BASIC, Visual
C++, Visual InterDev, Visual J++, Visual SourceSafe, VMS, WFC, Windows DNA Architecture, Windows APIs, Windows NT Sever
& Workstation, Windows socket controls & TCP/IP connectivity.

Education:
B.S. in Computer Science. 12/1987.
State University of New York at Fredonia.
Fredonia, NY 14063.

State University of New York at Buffalo.
9/1988 - 12/1989 Non matriculated graduate student.
Numerical Analysis; Compiler Construction; Artificial Intelligence.

References:
Furnished upon request.

				
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