Michael Dexter has been working with Software Configuration & Change Management tools since April 2000 when he joined Rational Software as a Tech Support Engineer for ClearCase. Two and a half years later he moved into the Suites and Integrations team, where he stayed during the IBM buy-out in February 2003 and until he left IBM in October of 2004 to begin a career in consulting.

Dexter is a versatile, results-oriented professional with the ability to oversee a variety of enterprise applications, providing a consistent, high-caliber approach to design, development, testing, implementation, configuration, support, mentoring and training.

Dexter enjoys working with people and places a high focus on customer satisfaction. His accomplishments include the development of a business plan, cultivation of 30% year-over-year revenue growth, achievement of 23% profit margins, significant reduction in license and maintenance renewal costs for his clients and the creation of numerous best practice and end-user training guides.

Read more about Michael Dexter here.

Specialties: Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe by Dean Leffingwell) • IBM jazz platform • Rational Team Concert • Rational Quality Manager • Rational Requirements Composer • Agile Scrum • Agile XP • Rational ClearCase • Rational ClearQuest • Rational RequisitePro • Rational TestManager • Rational Rose • UCM (Unified Change Management) • RUP (Rational Unified Process) • SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle • Waterfall • Project Management Budget, Scope, Schedule • Client & Vendor Relations • Requirement Gathering • User Training & Support • Team Building • Peer Mentoring • Incident Management • Change & Risk Management • Infrastructure Planning & Administration • System Implementation • Application Integration and Migration • CMDB (Configuration Management Database) • CALM (Collaborative Application Lifecycle Management) • OSLC (Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration) • RUP (Rational Unified Process) • LSD (Lean Software Development) • Scott Amblers’ DAD (Disciplined Agile Delivery)
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