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IBM Global Services                                                          6300 Diagonal Hwy
                           ...
Manager, Integrated Product Development
H20H / Bldg. 003-1
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
845-433-4286
kmf@us.ibm.com

MEMO TO: Wh...
Darren Samson
2455 South Road
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

September 6, 2008

To whom it may concern:

As the manager of IPD En...
11-10-2008
Salvatore Potenza
Executive IBM Project Manager
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
845-433-4288
spotenza@us.ibm.com

MEMO T...
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  1. 1. IBM Global Services 6300 Diagonal Hwy Boulder, CO USA 80301 To whom it may concern, I am happy to provide this letter of introduction for Greg Bisanz, who I had the pleasure of managing from April of 2004 to January of 2007. It would be easy to describe Greg’s value to my organization based solely upon the depth of his experience and technical subject matter expertise, but that would not do justice to Greg or provide you with all the information you may wish to consider as you make your hiring decision. A particular attribute of Greg’s that impressed me was that, though he was recognized as a subject matter expert and resource for the organization with extensive experience, Greg never rested on his knowledge base or reputation and remained eager to seek out and master new skills and technologies. Greg was committed to continuing education and personal development to look for ways to further organizational objectives and to expand his contribution to our success. Greg worked remote to me and demonstrated the reliability and independence required in a remote reporting structure without exception. In addition to his daily job scope, he sought and readily accepted ownership of complex projects and consistently looked for opportunities to accelerate timelines and to improve the quality of project deliverables. Greg did an excellent job of keeping his peers, stakeholders, and management well informed of status and brought forward well thought out recommendations when obstacles were identified. Greg’s clients recognized the value he brought to the table and his customer satisfaction remained high throughout the period I worked with him. Greg’s peers also recognized his value and their confidence in Greg to address key tasks with urgency and a professional focus on quality was well founded. I hope this introductory letter helps to form a picture of the type of employee and partner to the success of my organization Greg was and the basis of my recommendation for him. If you have any further questions, I would welcome the opportunity to provide you with any additional information you need to make your decision. Tom Maynard, Program Manager, IBM, 877-475-3024 07-22-2008 Kenneth M. French
  2. 2. Manager, Integrated Product Development H20H / Bldg. 003-1 Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 845-433-4286 kmf@us.ibm.com MEMO TO: Whom it may concern SUBJECT: Greg Bisanz Greg Bisanz and I have been associated professionally for nearly 20 years. Initially I worked with Greg on integration and deployment of corporate logistics systems managing part parameter information, bill of materials and engineering changes. Over those years Greg provided outstanding support. Greg eventually migrated to the IGS team supporting various engineering and procurement applications that my team managed. Greg has always been extremely conscientious and skilled in application development and support. My team has relied on his expertise to solve numerous issues in a timely and professional manner. Greg has the respect of his peers and his clients in IGS and IPD. Greg’s integrity and passion for his customers and their issues has always been a number one priority. Greg would be an asset to any organization. Thank you, Kenneth M. French 2
  3. 3. Darren Samson 2455 South Road Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 September 6, 2008 To whom it may concern: As the manager of IPD Engineering Information Management I'vecome to know and rely on Greg Bisanz. I've personally consulted with Greg on matters ranging from immediate technical issues to insights regarding design-points and business processes. Greg's experience, expertise, and technical talents were apparent and instrumental in advising me personally and in addressing technical issues. On daily basis Greg provided technical support for IPD business applications, demonstrating competence in the often demanding mix of user expectations, complex integrated application suite, and information technologies. As the Engineering Information applicat ons, core I/T technologies, and business processes i have grown and changed, Greg has embraced the changes and maintained an active presence. Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me. Sincerely, Darren Samson Manager, IPD Engineering Information Management 3
  4. 4. 11-10-2008 Salvatore Potenza Executive IBM Project Manager Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 845-433-4288 spotenza@us.ibm.com MEMO TO: Whom it may concern SUBJECT: Greg Bisanz Greg Bisanz and I have been associated professionally for over 20 years. I worked with Greg as a peer and as his manager. Greg and I started working at IBM approximately the same time. We started working together to support an “Application Development” Project. Part of our responsibility at that time was to develop and implement a new inventory application to support the Main Frame Business in IBM. Greg was a dedicated worker at that time and was recognized for his contribution to the project. He clearly understood the IBM Materials Management System and worked hard at that time to introduce it to the user community. Greg also had responsibility at that time for test and move to production. Several years later I had the pleasure to make Greg a manager in one of my Departments. At that time I required a person with knowledge of Materials Management to support the introduction of new products. Greg did an outstanding job for me. He was an asset to my project during a critical time in IBM as we introduced new models to the Main Frame business. This required control of critical inventory and production schedules. I appreciated the work Greg did for me. Greg has maintained his dedicaton to the IBM business over the years. He has done this while i taking on new assignments and working in new organizations. He has continued to maintain his skills for both technical and business knowledge. I always received positive input on Greg when he worked for me. He is extremely conscientious and is willing to take on responsibility. Greg has earned the respect of his peers and his clients based on his support and quality of his deliverables. At this time I’m sure that Greg would be an asset to any organization. Thank you, Salvatore Potenza 4

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