Technical Experience

Mr. Lopata's technical expertise covers a broad range of technologies and spans three generations of business information systems:

In the early part of his career, he worked primarily on IBM mainframe technologies in very large data centers.  He led the conversion from the IBM DOS/VSE operating system to the IBM MVS operating system for the financial, order entry and distribution systems for a major European manufacturer.

In the 1980's, Mr. Lopata was one of the early adopters of object oriented development techniques, which he applied to the development of commercial software for IBM Corporation.  He worked with early versions of the OS/2 operating system and led the development of  a custom object-oriented development environment built in the C programming language.

Mr. Lopata was a key member of a group that led the early development of business oriented client-sever systems.  He made important contributions to the development of new methodologies for building solutions in this technical architecture.

Most recently Mr. Lopata led a practice focused on the adoption of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Service Oriented Business Applications, which represents the leading edge of Internet and Intranet based development today.
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