Allen Ollendorf

  

Scrum Master, DealerTrack, Inc.

Location: New York, NY

631-220-5473

Certifications

Certified Scrum Professional
Certified Scrum Product Owner
Certified ScrumMaster

Groups I belong to

Agile NYC

NYC Scrum User Group

Biography

Allen Ollendorf is a highly experienced IT professional leader with several years experience working on product development teams both as a developer and project manager/team leader. Allen is a Co-Founder of Zenworks Software, a provider of Content Management Solutions for SMBs, non-profits, and educational institutions. Allen has served as the Scrum Master for Tradeware Global for the Data Services/Web Reporting Product Development Team and in the capacity of Lead Developer for eScholastic. Allen is currently serving as Scrum Master for DealerTrack Technologies DT 2.0 Scrum Teams.  Allen is a cum laude graduate of New York University where he received his BS in Information Systems Management and most recently received his MS in Management of Technology from Polytechnic Institute of NYU.

As an Agilist, it is Allen's goal to help teams adopt lean practices and become self managed, hyperproductive and, most importantly, to have fun. :)

Work experience

DealerTrack, Inc., ScrumMaster
January 2012 - Present, Lake Success, New York, United States
January 2012 - Present: serve as ScrumMaster for two (2) co-located development teams responsible for producing the next generation of Auto Finance Solution Products (DT 2.0) that include Credit Bureaus, Credit Decisions, Compliance, Credit Application and Deal Jacket.

Scholastic, Lead Developer - ScrumMaster
March 2011 - December 2011, New York, New York, United States
Introduced Agile-Scrum to the eScholastic Business Unit and trained the development and product teams responsible for delivering the Teachers' Web Site on a new platform with improved performance and new features. The teams were able to deliver the new Teachers' Web Site with the minimum viable feature set in 8 months, which exceeded expectations. The new site was migrated from a proprietary CMS to the Drupal [6] open-source CMS.