SYMANTEC, INC. | MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA 2007 - 2008
SENIOR PRINCIPAL PROGRAM MANAGER, ENGINEERING
Lead global product teams through the software release cycle for multi-platform data center management software products with yearly revenues of $100M+. (Team budget: 1.5M, Size ~150 h/c. 4 concurrent projects). Utilized Extreme/Scrum development methodologies to deliver a proof-of-concept project by championing the migration of a traditional waterfall engineering organization.
Note: Affected by 20% Reduction in Force for operation expense reduction.
ADOBE, INC. | SAN JOSE, CA 2005 - 2006
SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER, PRINT TECHNOLOGY
Project management of v1.0 PDF RIP, v1.0 JDF job workflow, PDF managed print and in-rip trapping projects for the technology delivery to Adobe OEMs and the Creative Suite.
Note: Affected by restructuring and off shoring of projects as a result of merger between Macromedia and Adobe.
METROFI, INC. | MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA 2004 - 2005
DIRECTOR, PROGRAM MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS
Project management of all company projects, leading to a scalable deployment and support model for a secure, protected and monitored wireless residential and business internet service.
Drove and focused a diverse team of vendors and staff for delivery of HW and SW components, resulting in delivery of mission critical products and software fixes on schedule. Note: Affected by 50% reduction in force due to lack of funding.
SUN MICROSYSTEMS, INC | MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA 2001 - 2004
MULTI-PROGRAM MANAGEMENT ROLES
SERVER PRODUCT MANAGEMENT 2002 - 2004
Program management of the development and delivery of multi-component core technologies to enable HW/SW system migration to a new leapfrog CPU technology. Drove a geographically diverse team to iteratively deliver HW & SW core technology, which enabled new HW revenue generation, estimated at several billion dollars in revenue over a 12-36 month period.
SOLARIS PRODUCT MANAGEMENT 2001 - 2002
Led, managed and drove team to deliver a Solaris 2.8 release in approximately 50% reduction in time-to-market and costs, which enabled new Hardware revenue generation forecast-ed to generate $1B over the following 12-18 months.
Also reduced Project Costs through reduction of Capital expenditures, by utilizing optimization strategies for the use of equipment, lab and office space usage.
Initiated and developed (Change Management) processes and procedures to support a light-weight Release program, resulting in a predictable, flexible and accountable standard mainstream Solaris release model.
CISCO SYSTEMS, INC. | SAN JOSE, CA 1998 - 2001
LEAD PROGRAM MANAGER, SERVICE PROVIDER LINE OF BUSINESS 1999 - 2001
Assembled a team and successfully developed a deployable solution in 8 months from inception.
Initiated and developed processes and procedures to establish consistent and predictable team deliverables for the deployment scaling of solutions.
Partnered with customer early in product development cycle, enabling a 20% reduction in the product developmental cycle and increase of customer satisfaction.