February 2002 Monthly Meeting

February 19, 2002

GUI Tips for Legacy Applications

Presented by
Trevor Perry of Look Software

GUI-enabling a legacy application requires planning and forethought, along with an appropriate methodology, deployment strategy, and effective user training.  This session will outline the challenges and potential pitfalls of a GUI project.

By the end of this session, attendees will be able to:

1. Understand GUI and its impact on your organization.
2. Methodology and deployment strategies.
3. Required user training and reduced resistance to change.


Trevor has been a consultant in the midrange industry for 18 years. In 2000, he joined Look Software, an Australian-based company that specializes in revolutionary software for dynamic GUI enablement, Web enablement, application extension and application integration.

He is a popular and award-winning speaker at industry conferences and user groups for nine years on many technical and keynote subjects. He has won gold, silver and bronze medals for his sessions at COMMON.

Trevorís unique sense of humor and presentation style are two of the many reasons audiences return to his sessions. His Australian heritage, diverse consulting background, acting and improvisational experiences provide Trevor with a rare viewpoint that is entertaining and always informative.

To indulge himself outside of the workplace, Trevor is a part-time professional speaker, writer, actor, director, and poet and is on a lifelong search for the ultimate coffee bean.

  Email:  trevor@airmail.net

  Website:  http://www.ericjooka.com