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“ Critical Resource Technology delivered what they promised on-time and within budget. Our web-based shipment tracking and BOL profitibility system has saved us a ton of money in administrative costs alone and agents accross the globe can now get instant access to information and enter their shipment activity. .”
by: Richard Spohn, Tropical Shipping
About Critical Resource Technology
Established in 1992, Critical Resource Technology is a leading developer of complex custom software solutions using scalable, web-based technologies based on the Java 2 and Microsoft .Net platforms. We can assist you in delivering mission-critical e-business solutions in internet time. We are experts in all phases of Internet initiatives - from strategy and planning to integration and deployment. Our procedures for requirements gathering, design, development and deployment are state of the art, using object-oriented methodologies and rapid-development tools and techniques.
Critical Resource Technology Management Team
John F. Aubrey
John started Critical Resource Technology, Inc. in 1992 providing consulting services to IBM at their location in Boca Raton, FL. The company managed to become an approved vendor for IBM, no small feat for a company of one. In the succeeding years, the company has grown significantly with multi-million dollars in sales, year after year.
An Innovative, results-oriented information/technology professional with over 20 years experience with Fortune 500 companies, John still maintains his technical edge. He continues to expand his extensive experience in the design, development, and management of large, mission-critical systems using Microsoft .Net and other web technologies. On weekends, John can be found jamming with the jazz and funk WonderBread Band.
Daniel Silverman, MBA
Dan joined Critical Resource Technology in 1998 and is responsible for expanding the company’s spectrum of services into emerging technologies including Enterprise Mashups and Service Oriented Architecture. Dan specializes in the design and architecture of logistics and quality systems and has consulted with Ryder System, Tropical Shipping, Home Depot, Naval Sea Logistics Center, and the Department of Health. Dan has over a decade of Java and web service development experience and is trained to design in an SOA environment. Dan is also a GIS specialist and brings a unique set of skills in the area of mapping, target marketing, and data mining
Jeff has been with Critical Resource Technology since 1997 and has served as our technical "go to" guy since day one.
Murtuza has nearly 10 years of management, architecting, and development experience and has spent his career in the health industry with clients such as Blue Cross\Blue Shield, Pfizer, and the Department of Health. As the Director of Health Technology, Murtuza manages CRT’s strategy as a leading provider of cutting edge solutions for the Health Care industry. Murtuza received his Masters in Computer Science from the University of Alabama. In his spare time, Murtuza can be spotted, if only for a fraction of a second, riding his very fast motorcycle.
CRT in the Community
University of New Hampshire - Internship
Critical Resource Technology believes that all great IT professionals had great teachers. To do our part in mentoring the future leaders in our field, we have teamed up with the faculty of the University of New Hampshire and have developed an Internship Curriculum. This program allows the students to be involved with many aspects of a cutting edge IT firm.
This semester the students are serving as IT business analysts and are responsible for eliciting requirements for a web application. Their challenge is to collect requirements from the client and to translate them into unambiguous specifications which will be handed off to a development team.
CRT has supported various charities since its inception. Most recently, CRT has become a major sponsor of the Out of Hibernation 5K road race in Portsmouth, NH which benefit local food pantries. Some of our employees are avid runners and we support their endeavors as well as other charitable efforts made by our staff and clients.
The American Red Cross has had to work overtime in these recent months. We have supported their efforts and will continue to contribute. http://www.redcross.org/
International Mentorships / Global Outreach
GITMA - Global Information Technology Management Association