Tuesday, October 19, 2004

What do I do?

What do I do? I work at KPMG, in the Cypress Technology Center (CTEC) office.

I'm the Development Manager/Primary Developer for our EDD service line. Taking "electronic data" (files, emails in PST/NSF's,etc) gathering metadata, deduping, converting to PDF/Tiff/JPG and exporting for loading into litigation support systems.

That's been my baby for four years now. It's great resume-ware to say I've designed and built and improved (ie. the whole life cycle management) a system that has generated ten's of millions of pages (we've had 30 day periods where we've processed and generated 10+ million images), processed hundreds of gig's of data, millions of emails, etc, etc...

I can't state any client names, but you seen many of them in the news... ;)

Since we're a "service broker" we can be very responsive to client needs. From day one all of our features have been client demand driven. Which makes for a great set of features. This also makes my life a living hell (err... um... I mean very exciting and challenging... yeah, that). Sigh... I guess that's why they call it "work".

Well back to it.

3 comments:

Greg said...

Still is my baby....

We continue to improve it, while responding to new technology, litigation requirements and the changing & maturing EDD marketplace.

Our current record is now over 25+ million pages generated in a month. :)

hajan said...

Very impressive numbers!

Adam said...

Hey Greg! Just stumbled across your blog when looking for the Enron data sets! I've worked in the EDD services field too :) Keep up the blogging :)