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Daryle Niedermayer

Hi, I'm Daryle. Unlike many Information Technology professionals who focus on a specific technology or sector, my experience is wide and varied. I believe the richness of my background and my diversity gives me great strength in relating to people from different perspectives, solving complex problems without simple linear solutions, and an ability to analyze a situation with a view to finding an optimal approach to solving the problem.

I have a wealth of experience managing systems and projects within the Information Technology industry. I have worked as a consultant for some very large clients. Projects included: converting over $6B in pension funds including financial history, disaster recovery enablement projects for large financial services firms (credit card acquirers and capital market firms with assets in excess of $1 Trillion). I have international experience, having taught Information Technology to Arabic and Asian students in the Persian Gulf. Presently, I am an instructor in Information Technology in Canada. Part of my teaching load involves supervising and managing student teams as they work to solve actual problems and develop robust, effective solutions for real-life clients. I would like to combine my extensive IT and Project Management background with my international and cross-cultural work to help clients in international project management.

Daryle Niedermayer's Background

Daryle Niedermayer's Experience

Instructor, Computer Information Technology at Lethbridge College

July 2009 - June 2012

• Designed, developed and delivered instructional courses in System Design and Project Management; Introduction to Programming (using C); Databases (Oracle, MS Access, and MySQL); HTML, JavaScript and CSS; Computer Hardware; and Professionalism. • Actively participated in research projects as part of the College’s applied research commitments with industry partners including grant application, proposal writing, gathering empirical data and writing final reports. • Supervised and mentored student teams to design and develop, test, and implement customized software solutions satisfying the needs and expectations of local industry sponsors.

Instructor-Information Technology at College of the North Atlantic - Qatar

January 2007 - August 2009

• Designed, developed and delivered Project Management and Information Technology courses to Arabic post-secondary students appropriate to a middle-eastern context. Areas of instruction included: project management, system analysis and design, database design, web application development, Java, database design. • Received, analyzed and addressed students’ needs and concerns using culturally appropriate methods. • Networked with industry and community groups to support the College in better meeting the needs of its constituents.

Member CCITP at CIPS, Canada's Association of IT Professionals.

2007 - 2009

Sat on the governance board of the Canadian Information Processing Society, CIPS. During my tenure, CIPS worked to: • Develop the ITCP professional standard as a synchronous standard with newly emerging international IT professional standards • Develop strategies to augment and define the Canadian Information Technology Body of Knowledge (CITBOK) • Develop marketing strategies and campaigns to help CIPS promote IT professionalism across Canada.

Business Process Re-engineering Consultant/Project Manager at Public Employees Benefit Agency

June 2006 - November 2006

• Used management consulting best practices to analyze current business processes and practices with a view to identifying disconnects and inefficiencies. • Recommended viable options and process alternatives to improve efficiency and help the organization to achieve its aggressive plans for service level and growth objectives.

Senior Consultant at CGI Group

January 2004 - November 2006

• Performed a gap analysis between the Regina Data Center’s reporting standards and the requirements of ISACA’s ITAF standard, section 2600. • Developed an action plan and schedule to address identified compliance gaps. • In response to the H1N1 threat, ssessed CGI’s Regina Data in its pandemic preparedness and redundancy of personnel resources. • Recommended appropriate changes to mitigate risk and ensure minimal disruption of service in the event of a pandemic incident.

Project Manager at Russell Investments

January 2006 - May 2006

Disaster Recovery Phase 2B Design and Implementation • Planned and managed the design, infrastructure implementation and process definitions to backup and recover data and executables for 47 applications. Strategies included: implementing Network Attached Storage, real time replication of Microsoft SQL and Storage Area Networks over large geographic distances, clustering of UNIX and Microsoft Servers into High Availability clusters. • Surveyed, analyzed, and documented the client’s needs and expectations with respect to the costs, benefits and implications of various Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery enablement options for each application. Assisted the client in choosing the best option for their needs. • Managed a geographically remote team of 24 IT professionals from various service delivery areas to implement and document the approved DR enablement option for each application. • Managed capital, labor and other expenses for a project valued in excess of $1.3M USD.

Project Manager at Russell Investments

September 2005 - January 2006

Managed File Transfer (MFT) Implementation • Planned to implement a new Sterling Commerce Gentran Integration Suite system to replace a complex set of FTP servers, application servers and proprietary encryption and file transfer technologies to manage Business-to-Business (B2B) data transfers. • Planned designed, and documented the migration of 75 existing data feeds to the new solution. • Managed complex business relationships • Managed project budget • Managed the risks, issues, changes, personnel, scope and configuration of the project. • Formalized documentation for migrating new and existing data feeds using BPML/BPMN.

Project Manager at Public Employee Benefits Agency

January 2004 - October 2005

• Managed the conversion of two pension systems with over 65,000 members and $4 billion dollars under management from a JEA Penfax to a CPAS system. Conversion of financial history was also included in the project. • Managed a team of up to 7 professionals in performing the conversion on-time, under budget with no errors. • Managed a complex relationship with the vendor of the new system and two clients who were converting their systems concurrently. • Facilitated the development of specifications and documentation for the existing system (Penfax) as well as the transformation rules for data conversion. • Facilitated the development of an automated reconciliation system to test the quality and reliability of the converted data. • Managed the budget, risks, issues, changes, personnel, scope and configuration of the project

Project Manager at Russell Investments

May 2005 - June 2005

Outlook Web Access Implementation • Managed a fast-tracked implementation of Microsoft Outlook Web Access using Microsoft Network Load Balancing, SSL, and RSA security for a global financial investment firm. • Planned, design, and document the approach to implementing the project. • Managed the relationship between the client and the implementation team. • Managed project budget • Manage the risks, issues, changes, personnel, scope and configuration of the project. • Managed client expectations remotely to deliver the project on-scope and schedule.

Project Coordinator at Russell Investments

January 2005 - May 2005

Microsoft SQL to Cluster Migration • Coordinated the migration of all existing Microsoft SQL 7.0, SQL 2000 and SQL 2003 databases to one of two 3-node Microsoft Server Clusters running Microsoft SQL 2003 for Russell Investments. • Identified business owners, connecting applications, and other parameters for each database. • Met with business owners to define migration plans, schedules, and checklists to ensure successful migration with minimal impact to business processes. • Scheduled resources including DBA, Business Analyst, User Acceptance, and Helpdesk resources to successfully perform each migration.

Systems Analyst at CUETS (Credit Union Electronic Transaction Services)

January 1999 - January 2003

• Administered a farm of RS/6000 AIX servers to process e-commerce transactions and provide Interactive Voice Response (IVR) services for multiple call centres. • Planned and implemented system migrations and upgrades in a risk adverse environment. • Designed and implemented programs for system monitoring, Disaster Recovery and Business Interruption and Continuity management. • Installed and planned corporate firewalls. • Analyzed and made recommendations regarding other aspects of CUETS’ corporate Intranet, Extranet, and Internet architecture. • Programmed applications using PERL, Java (JSP, Servlet, and EJB development), and C and C++, and analyzed TCP/IP networking and routing, and Internet related-security issues.

Consultant at GDS and Associates

January 1996 - October 1998

Consultant specializing in Internet applications, firewalls, web applications, C, PERL, JavaScript, HTML, MS-SQL stored procedures. Projects included GIS subscriptions system for SaskGeomatics, database stored procedures for the Saskatchewan Labour-Sponsored Venture Capital Corporation (LSVCC), and community resource system for SaskCulture as well as internal projects.

President at Great Plains Free-Net Inc.

1996 - 1998

Provided low cost community Internet Access to southern Saskatchewan.

Independent Information Technology, Business Process and Systems Integration Consultant at Daryle Niedermayer, I.S.P.

May 2012

I'm announcing that I'm now an independent consultant. With my strong background in technology as both a programmer and a system administrator, project management, disaster recovery/business continuity planning, system integration and business process consulting along with my interpersonal skills, my written and oral communication abilities, teaching and presentation background, I am excited about this new opportunity. If you, your employer, or your clients could benefit from my skills and experience, please let me know. I am always looking for new opportunities and challenges.

Daryle Niedermayer's Education

Memorial University


Saskatoon Theological Union


Concentration: Theology

University of Regina

B.Sc. with Great Distinction

Concentration: Computer Science

University of Saskatchewan

B.A. with Distinction

Concentration: Sociology

Daryle Niedermayer's Interests & Activities

Project Management, Business Continuity Planning, Business Interruption Consulting, Disaster Recovery Planning, Business Process Engineering, Business Process Re-engineering, Business Process Improvement, Change Management, ITIL, PMBOK, PRINCE2 Practitioner, Business Analysis, PMP, BCI BCP, DRP, BPE, BPR, BPI

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