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Management, Computer Science, Analytics, Technology
Currently a Senior Consulting Manager at SAS Institute, Gregg Routhier is a veteran of the information technology industry. Gregg Routhier obtained a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Merrimack College, and a Master of Business Administration from Suffolk University. His career in information technology began at MicroTouch Systems, Inc., where he served as an ISO 9001 Documentation Controller and Database (DB) Manager. Later at Datavantage Corporation, Gregg Routhier worked as Systems Operations Manager, serving as the primary reference point for technical support personnel, and conducting daily troubleshooting of UNIX, NT, networks, and databases.An employee of SAS Institute since 2000, Gregg Routhier has gained experience in a number of other technologies as well. He has direct experience implementing major software projects, and has been responsible for more than 20 servers and operating systems at a single time. Gregg Routhier managed servers under his supervision, enabling them to mimic any environments featured in training and demonstrations. Working with the Research and Development Department, Gregg Routhier utilized stress tests and other techniques to finely-tune SAS application parameters. In 2009, SAS promoted Gregg Routhier to Senior Consulting Manager of Global Retail Services, co-managing a team of 75 consultants. Based on his extensive record overseeing, implementing, and fine tuning improvements to various software and operating systems, the company currently entrusts him with the task of critically analyzing new software for business and software productivity benefits.In addition to other projects, Gregg Routhier implemented the following technologies while at SAS: Oracle DBA on Windows/AIX/Solaris platforms; SQLServer DBA; IBM Websphere; AIX nmon; VPN, WAN, LAN; Java JDK, JRE, LDAP, SOA; PL/SQL, TransactSQL, C++, and Java. He also has extensive experience in networking, including wireless networks, protocols, TCP/IP, and network security.