Mike J. Berry has worked in the software industry since 1987.
With a degree in Information Systems and Technologies from Weber State University and twenty years of industry experience, he has worked and consulted locally for both small and large companies in the Salt Lake Valley.
He has consulted for some of the largest organizations in Utah and has managed large teams of software developers, project managers, software testers, data-base administrators and produced separate enterprise software applications that have been used in over 2500 banking branch sites, 600 medical clinics, and multiple distribution offices in 12 countries.
He has studied with the best industry thinkers of our time, and his consulting work has taken him all over the US, to Europe and the South Pacific.
As VP of Software Development for Chartlogic, a Utah-based medical software company, Mike led the technology development and support that expanded the client base from 200 to 600 medical software clinics nationwide.
As VP of Software Development and Database Administration for Select Portfolio Servicing, a $30 Billion Utah based mortgage servicing provider, Mike introduced Agile Development practices, a Quality Management System, and saved the organization $120,000 during his first six months on the job.
He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), is certified in ITIL v3, is a certified ScrumMaster, and a certified Product Owner. He is the current vice-chair of the Utah iEEE Computer Society, is the secretary of the iEEE national voting data security standards workgroup, and is a member of the iEEE 1175.5 object modeling standards interchange workgroup.
Mike founded Red Rock Research, a Utah-based software development best practices training and services provider.
His company has developed a series of Project Management Institute accredited training programs for software development management professionals.
Find out more about Mike by reading his blog located at: http://blog.redrockresearch.com.
Find out more about Red Rock Research at http://www.RedRockResearch.com