SiliconSpirit: People, Process, Technology

NIH (National Institutes of Health)

NIH's eRA IMPAC II system supports a $13 billion biomedical research program that is administered by 3,500 people. This enterprise level software consists of dozens of IT applications working together to support the grant officers and reviewers within NIH. The NIH executive management team realized that the current ORACLE based client server solution is not a robust one and wanted to explore upgrading the technology to a more robust one like J2EE. The combination of people, process, and technology to consider presented a major challenge. An NIH executive was referred to Silicon Spirit. Read On...

Capital One

CapitalOne, based in Richmond, VA, and with facilities throughout North America, is one of the largest issuers of credit cards in the United States. In 1998, Capital One was in the midst of a major IT initiative to convert its mainframe based Billing System to a more robust multi-tiered CORBA based technology. In addition to meeting the challenges of this new technology, Capital One executives wanted to expand into the Northern Virginia area in order to utilize a larger labor pool. A senior staff member from Silicon Spirit was asked to assist in this endeavor. Read On...

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