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I am a C-level Enterprise architect and Technologist professional for a Management consulting company located in the Charlotte, NC. I have 30 years of government, and private sector consulting experience, strategically leveraging technologies and business architectures. This experience encompasses strategy/planning, governmental compliance, business process management implementations, application requirements/scope, and change management.

I have held and functioned in the following roles of Chief Executive Office (CEO), Chief Operating Officer (COO), Chief Solutions Architect (CSA) and Enterprise Architect (EA) consultant. I have been exposed to a wide variety of business problems, and computing platforms in a multitude of n-tier environments from micro to mainframe computing and other hardware implementations. I am experienced in the software architecture, hardware design, and enterprise strategic improvements. I am competent in process re-engineering, and tuning client relationship processes. I thrive in problem solving of complex business challenges.

My core competencies include Enterprise Architecture (EA), Business Process Management (BPM), and Customer Relationship Management methodologies.

I am a member of the Business Architects Association (BAA), the President of Association of Business Process Management Professionals (ABPMP) - Charlotte Chapter, and International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA).
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What we do at dotNet Framewok Solutions

Our business model\strategy is driven by the following methodologies:

• Enterprise Architecture (EA)
• Business Process Management (BPM)
• Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

EA (let your thoughts reflect on the construction of a building) transforms enterprises from a freewheeling (separation of LOB’s functionality) and chaotic entity to a sound and discipline enterprise govern and supported by the methodologies of BPM and CRM.

BPM (the pluming and electrical workings of the building) supports the governance of the Enterprise through well-modeled, analyzed, and defined processes.

CRM (the occupants and visitors of the building) provides the bridge between the EA framework and the customer.

Our market focus is SMB’s nationally. An enterprise must have a minimum of twenty employees before we engage our services. We serve multiple verticals, specializing in Manufacturing, Transportation, Financial, Insurance, and Medical.

Since dotNet Framework is its own BEST customer, we maintain a strong usage of the Enterprise Architecting paradigm to improve the company on a continuum.
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At 7:54pm on September 21, 2010, Maureen Harris-Vipperman said…
Thank you for the Birthday wish Tony. ~ Maureen
At 7:05pm on April 29, 2010, Loretta Faheem said…
Good Evening Tony,

After much review with my colleagues, it has been determined that it would be in the best interest of small business owners that each employee had his or her own health insurance policy. You may find this to be more economically feasible as well. I welcome your thoughts.

Kind regards,
Loretta Faheem, MS
At 1:45pm on April 20, 2010, Loretta Faheem said…
Good Afternoon Tony,

My son and I traveled with the 100 Black Men of America last Saturday to see the Charlotte Bobcats pay Detroit. Although we only saw downtown Charlotte, I like what I saw and hope to return again soon.

Peace and love,
Loretta Faheem, MS
Independent Licensed Insurance Agent, American Insurance Organization
(919) 949-4548
At 11:22am on March 5, 2010, Loretta Faheem said…
Good Morning Tony,

On Wednesday, I passed the North Carolina Accident and Health or Sickness licensing exam. As such, I am licensed to sell Health Insurance in the State of North Carolina. If I can be of any assistance to you, your family or your friends, please contact me.

To God be the Glory for what He has done...

Peace and love,
Loretta Faheem, MS
ichessmom2@aol.com
(919) 949-4548
At 11:46pm on February 2, 2010, Tiffany Odutoye said…
Hi there!

Thanks for the add. Glad to get connected.

Tiff-
At 8:08pm on October 18, 2009, Loretta Faheem said…
Good Evening,

Dr. Cornel West is coming to NC State U on November 4th. If you're interested in knowing more, please contact me.

Peace and love,
Loretta
At 4:42pm on October 3, 2009, Loretta Faheem said…
Good Afternoon Tony,

Thanks for the invitation.

A former Illinoisan, I'm listening to Fredericka Whitfield and others on CNN discussing the violence that is currently plaging Chicago. Let the record show, violence did not begin in Chicago last week, the photo from the cell phone is what brought it to the attention of the nation and the world.

Peace and love...
At 6:27pm on September 22, 2009, Maureen Harris-Vipperman said…
Thank you Tony
At 12:34pm on July 25, 2009, Natosha said…
Who do you normally work with in government organizations, that might give me more insight.
At 9:55pm on April 23, 2009, Natosha said…
If we have one where I work, I am not aware of it. I work in the transportation industry. Sorry to say, my first time hearing the term was last month in a class discussion.

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Performance Architecture a BPM Subset

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Have you as a “Stakeholder” ever taken the moment to step back and think about the performance of your Enterprise?



Review this case scenario and determine if you have observed the same within your Enterprise:



At the start of a meeting about the declining performance of the Customer Care Managers of enterprise XYZ, the attending top management team “knew” that the Customer Care Managers lacked skills and knowledge and… Continue

The Enterprise Primary Components

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The “Enterprise” is an entity that is formed to serve a purpose of value to society by way of visions, goals, and strategies. Let us review a few forms of an Enterprise.



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