Ron Jones

 

Ron Jones has worked for almost twenty-five years within the IBM midrange and personal computing industries. This experience has given him a unique prospective regarding application development, project control, and managerial practices that bring the two platforms together.

In 1993 Ron founded Genesis Software, Inc. The company specializes in developing client/server solutions. Genesis Software has been involved in a variety of projects with a wide range of clients while retaining a primary focus within the telecommunications industry. The company has developed a new software product named Objex, which is geared toward integrating iSeries and Windows capabilities into a common interface, that is currently in final BETA with a scheduled release date in early 2002.

Prior to starting Genesis Software, Ron spent 12 years in various facets of management, operational and development support for IBM midrange and personal computer systems. He was one of the principal architects of the DPI Telephone Accounting System, which is recognized as a leading telecommunications software package.

Ron has been a speaker at various organizations for over ten years including COMMON, IBM, The 400 Group, and various user groups throughout the country. He has had many articles published in various magazines and newsletters and his books have offered readers valuable insights into Microsoft Windows, Internet, and iSeries development.

Ron is active in many computer organizations. He is a member of the Institute for Certification of Computer Professionals (ICCP) and holds a Certified Computing Professional (CCP) designation. Ron is also an active USSF State-Level Referee and referees within competitive club, high school, college, and semi-professional soccer leagues. Additional non-work activities include running and open water SCUBA diving.

 

 

 

  Last modified Wednesday, October 03, 2001