Jeremy L. Aufderheide

Vice President of SaaS Development
Years of Experience:
20
Education & Licenses:

Bachelor of Science, Applied Mathematics, Cleveland State University (In Progress), Cleveland, OH

Areas of Specialization:

Object Oriented Design and Analysis
Relational Database Design
C# .NET, FORTRAN, SQL, Java, C, C++, Python, PHP, JavaScript, Visual Basic, VBA
HTML, XML, CSS, SQL

Overview:

Mr. Aufderheide has a wide range of experience in planning, developing, and implementing enterprise business management applications, particularly in distributed environments leveraging multiple transport technologies including web and client/server platforms. In addition, he has significant design and marketing experience.

Mr. Aufderheide is the lead developer for E2G’s DamagePlus™ API 571 Damage Mechanisms software and is a core developer on the PlantManager™ and API Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) teams. He is additionally a member of the software sales team, where he participates in technical sales and customer/industry outreach as well as product strategic planning and product marketing.

Mr. Aufderheide manages large scale customer software deployment projects as well as platform migration and consolidation efforts, focusing on data management and migration. He also takes a lead role as an engineering and R&D liaison in software implementation.

Previous to his tenure at E2G, Mr. Aufderheide led a software and technology group in the automotive and power equipment finance and insurance industry, developing and deploying menu-selling and remote finance systems to more than 300 client sites. In this role he managed a training and support team and served in the primary technical sales role for the organization. Additionally, he has developed a library cataloging system deployed at such organizations as the National Endowment for the Arts and the Herb Society of America, has been lead developer on many ecommerce websites, and developed embedded software and led the interface design on an avionics engineering team that completed a prototype general aviation instrument.

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