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Jon Martin

Partner/Executive Sponsor, PM and Functional Lead

Jon Martin leads Altai’s implementation teams. He leads Altai’s largest projects down the path to success. Before Altai, Jon was a seasoned Siebel AMS and Microsoft CRM consultant / developer. Jon is an executive and information systems professional with 26 years’ experience in business and information technology. In his free time, he is an avid tennis player and loves baseball.

Consulting and Application

 

 

 

  • Microsoft CRM (v 1.2 - 2013)
  • Siebel eBusiness (5.5 - 7.8)
  • Business and Functional Consultant
  • Microsoft SQL Server (4.5 - 2008)
  • SQL Reporting Services (2000 - 2008)
  • Scribe Insight, Great Plains and CRM adapters
  • Crystal Reports
  • Windows Server (NT - 2008)
  • MS Office (Access, Project, PowerPoint, Word & Excel)

Management and Business Development

  • Executive Management
  • Project Management
  • Staff Management
  • Account Management
  • Sales Management and Business Development

Education

Florida State University, B.A. Computer Science - 1988

Certifications

  • Microsoft MCP CRM Certification - 2009
  • Siebel 2000 eBusiness Core Consulting Certification – 2000
  • Great Plains Siebel Implementation Certification – 1999
  • Great Plains Siebel Sales Certification – 1999
  • Novell NetWare 4.1 CNE update – 1996
  • iMIS Client/Server SQL Certification – 1995
  • Microsoft Certified Professional – 1995
  • Novell NetWare CNE 3.x – 1994
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