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Computer Enterprises Inc

  1. 1. CEI Services & Capabilities A Full Range of IT Solutions to Enhance Your Business Initiatives
  2. 2. Fast Facts About CEI  IT Solutions Provider Since 1992  Areas of Expertise  Financially Strong – $40M Revenue-2008 – No Long-Term Debt – Revenue/Profit Growth Since Inception  400+ Employees Globally – US – 350 – India – 75  Clients Nationwide – Over 60% of the Fortune 50  Industry Recognition – Over 50% of the Fortune 100 – Mid-Market Companies  US-Based with Offshore Offices – PA, CA, IN, VA – Chennai, India  Focus on Quality – 5 Step Exact Match – VPM – CMMi Level 5 2 For Discussion Purposes Only © 2009 Computer Enterprises, Inc.
  3. 3. Some of Our Clients United Business Media 3 For Discussion Purposes Only © 2009 Computer Enterprises, Inc.
  4. 4. A Wide Range of Services Service Focus Description AIS – Application IT Contracting  Supplements large project deployments Integration Services  Provides technical experts that work seamlessly with existing project teams  Complements large integrators Project Services Managed Projects  End to end solutions/integration  Packaged apps and customized software development  Flexible deployment (on-site, off-site, offshore)  Partner leveraged solutions, including Microsoft, IBM and Documentum Right Sourcing Outsourcing  Full application lifecycle management: – Application Development – Application Integration – Application Management – Application Maintenance and Support  Outsourcing enablement using optimized global delivery models. 4 For Discussion Purposes Only © 2009 Computer Enterprises, Inc.
  5. 5. What Makes Us Different  Focus on Technology for Solving Business Issues – A Broad Range of Services, including IT Contracting, Project Services and Outsourcing  Proven Processes, Methodologies and Tools that Assure Success – Preferred Vendor Program – National, Local and Forecast Recruiting Models – Virtual Project Management – Global Account Reviews  US Company with Offshore Capabilities (as opposed to a offshore company with US presence) – US-based Management Methodologies and Reporting – Long-term Employees for Continuity and Stability – Local Escalation  CMMi Level 5 – Compliant Since 2005 – Highest Level of Maturity in the Software Development Process – Assures Quality and Continual Process Improvement across all groups including AIS. 5 For Discussion Purposes Only © 2009 Computer Enterprises, Inc.
  6. 6. IT Contracting Differentiators Behind Our Success Exact Match™ Exact Match™ has increased CEI’s submission to hire rate by 40%  Process of identifying and certifying the best  Exact Match Rating derived from: consultants for a specific IT project after – Step 1: Requirements Gathering review of job order – Step 2: Candidate Identification  List of certified candidates from our pool of – Step 3: In-depth Technical Screening over 300 consultants and extensive recruiting – Step 4: Program Manager Interview base – Step 5: Final Approval and Submission  Result driven – target 3-2 submittal to Interview ratio and 2-1 Interview to hire ratio 90% 70% 100% 90% 93% REQUIRED DESIRED TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION EM RATING SKILLS SKILLS EXPERTISE  Sr. Level WebSphere Skill test rating 9.1  Program Manager experience  MQ Series Position level Sr. Interview  5y IT experience VB  IBM Certification Technical Manager Interview  Strong architecture and design experience Recruiting Director Interview 6 For Discussion Purposes Only © 2009 Computer Enterprises, Inc.
  7. 7. IT Contracting Value Added Differentiators: Forecast Recruiting  Partnering with the client to evaluate future staffing needs based on upcoming projects and near term business outlook.  Working with clients to understand their project lifecycles and development methodologies  Identifying top level talent that is ready to on board as the project moves forward  Candidate will go through extensive, Exact Match vetting process and still able to on-board in time critical situations Value Added: -Turn around time, flexibility and competitive rate structures -Deliver top performing resources -Key vendor/partner with understanding of organization’s timelines and lifecycles 7 For Discussion Purposes Only © 2009 Computer Enterprises, Inc.
  8. 8. IT Contracting Value Added Differentiators: Preferred Vendor Program  Preferred Vendor Relations Manager- resource dedicated specifically to developing and managing these relationships  Ability to set, meet and manage to various SLA’s from our current PV clients  Experience interfacing with numerous VMS/MSP applications for clients in a variety of industries  Global Account Reviews for all of our PV clients  Program allows up to a 94% fill rates with many of our PV clients 8 For Discussion Purposes Only © 2009 Computer Enterprises, Inc.
  9. 9. IT Contracting Value Added Differentiators: Virtual Project Management™  Complete communication commitment to our clients: Primary Contact  Proprietary methodology for Technology Certified ensuring the highest level Program Manager of customer satisfaction throughout a project Business Resources Consultant Support Executive Management Strategic Consultant Sponsor HR Field Support Assigned Accounting Representative Representative VPM enable clients to Consultant/ address their project Client Liaison dilemmas in real Virtual Project Manager time 9 For Discussion Purposes Only © 2009 Computer Enterprises, Inc.
  10. 10. Recent Success Stories Fortune 500 Client Metric Statistic/Performance Ratio Requirements Received 152 requirements/ 220 positions Most requested skills Data architect; J2EE; Mainframe; PeopleSoft; DBA; Business Analyst; Project Manager Qualified submittals 337 Interviews 205 Ratio of submittals to interviews 1.6 to 1 Placements 151 Ratio of interviews to placements 1.4 to 1 Average duration of assignment 6 months Mid-Market Client Metric Statistic/Performance Ratio Requirements Received 10 Requirements / 30 Positions Most requested skills SAP Qualified Submittals 54 Interviews 30 Ratio of Submittals to interviews 1.8 to 1 Placements 13 Ratio of interviews to placements 2.3 to 1 Average days between interview and confirmation 10 Average duration of assignment 6 months 10 For Discussion Purposes Only © 2009 Computer Enterprises, Inc.
  11. 11. Position Expertise for All Phases of the Software Development Project  Project Manager: Technology Focus Areas – Responsible for ensuring the success of assigned projects. Focus on the entire project from planning through execution, interaction with the customer and managing projects according to the Risk Management, Issue Management, Change Management and Project Application/Commerce Server Tracking and Control Processes. ATG, Flex, JBOSS, MS Commerce Server,  Business Analyst: WebSphere, WebLogic – Interacts with clients to understand the business requirements and translate them into functional requirements used to define the Business Intelligence product. Also interacts with designers, software engineers, UI designers and QA to ensure a common interpretation of the Business Objects,, MS Reporting Services requirements. Client/Server  Architect: – Delphi, Oracle Forms, Powerbuilder, Visual Leads and participates in application customizations and technical implementations using structured techniques and generates high- Basic, Visual C++ quality project documentation, design documents and test plans. Legacy  Senior Developer: – Responsible for developing code based upon requirements and Cobol, IDMS, CICS, MVS designs via the process defined in the project's software development process, doing low level design and mentoring other EAI developers. BizTalk, WebSphere Business Integrator  Developer: – Responsible for turning the design into functional code. Also ERP responsible for ensuring all code successfully conforms to requirements through the execution of tests developed by QA. PeopleSoft, Oracle Apps, SAP  Sysadmin: Portals – Responsible for sizing, installation, and administration of server and SharePoint, WebSphere desktop hardware, installing and maintaining staging servers and workstations as well as production servers. Service Oriented Architecture  Quality assurance: .NET, WebSphere – Develop test, run and execute test plans to endure code successfully conforms to requirements. 11 For Discussion Purposes Only © 2009 Computer Enterprises, Inc.
  12. 12. Technical Proficiency Design Tools EAI/SOA Client/Server Mainframe/Midrange Infrastructure ER/Win ATG Delphi Rational Rose AS/400 – BPICS – MAPICS – System Admin S-Designer BEA WebLogic Informix 4GL RPG/COBOL Together/J AIX ColdFusion MX Lotus Notes Domino CICS/COBOL Visio Professional HP – UX WebSphere Studio Flex Oracle Forms IDMS ADS/O (WSAD) Linux – RedHat, SuSe IBM WebSphere- Oracle Reports IMS DB/DC Application Server Solaris PL/SQL Development MVS Systems IBM WebSphere – BI Windows Server 2003/NT Powerbuilder Natural IBM WebSphere – MQ Progress 4GL Microsoft IBM WebSphere – Portal OS/390 System Programming DBA T/SQL Development Unisys Link iPlanet DB2 ASP Unix C/C++ VAX/VMS JBoss Informix ASP.NET Visual C++ Oracle 10G Oracle Biztalk Business Intelligence Tibco CMS Progress C# Actuate Vitria SQL Server Commerce Server Cognos PowerPlay & WebMethods EMC Documentum Impromptu Sybase SharePoint Server Filenet VB.NET ERP Crystal Reports Interwoven Hyperion Essbase Networking Visual C++ Oracle Informatica Load Balancing Visual C++.NET PeopleSoft TCP/IP SAP Microsoft Reporting Services Storage Networks SAS 12 For Discussion Purposes Only © 2009 Computer Enterprises, Inc.
  13. 13. Key CEI Contacts  Vanessa McCully, Regional Program Manager – – (800)354-9155 ext. 275 – 412-571-3642-direct Headquarters: Other Offices: On the Web 1910 Cochran Road Woodland Hills, CA Manor Oak Two, Suite 230 Indianapolis, IN Pittsburgh, PA 15220 Richmond, VA Chennai, India Tel: (412) 341- 3541 13 For Discussion Purposes Only © 2009 Computer Enterprises, Inc.