About Me

Hello! As you've likely deduced, I'm Rob. 🙂 I currently reside in Sacramento, CA. After graduating college, I spent 14 years in the corporate world working in a variety of implementation, consulting, and presentation roles. Then I thought it would be meaningful to branch out on my own, so I embraced the freelance life.

When I'm not working on client projects I've usually got my head down focused on one of my percussion endeavors. I also try to take time to enjoy friends, good food, and yummy beverages. If you're looking for more info (including a picture of my ridiculous cat) check out my introductory blog post.

Efficiency has always been something that I've given a lot of thought to. From an early age, I preferred to work a little more at creating a process or automating a task vs. doing the task itself. Using creativity to make things better is more fun! And each time the task is automatically performed you get that feeling of satisfaction that you saved some time and that's priceless.

I'd like to save you time.

I'd like to save you from (or cure existing) headaches.

I'd like to help your organization run more efficiently and effectively.

If that sounds good to you let's talk.

What I Do

Process Exploration/Enhancement

Together, we perform a thorough review of your processes and explore ways to make them run more efficiently. The intent is to maintain or enhance the existing processes you've worked so hard to develop and implement over the years.

Project Management

Once all of the requirements are defined, a detailed project plan is created. Don't worry, I don't go dark after that. Communication is a strong point and I'll keep you up to date on how the project is coming along on a frequent basis.

Web Application Solutions

I'll build your organization a custom solution, automating those manual processes that take more time than anyone likes. This frees you and your team up to focus on more important things -- like running your business.

Some of My Projects


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