At Exxon Corporation, CTB Consulting designed and implemented an oil-trading system supporting 150 global oil traders. The decision support system is LAN-based with a real-time host data link.

At South Carolina State Ports Authority, CTB Consulting automated a Yard Management System that optimized terminal yard capacity, reduced trucker turnaround time significantly, and integrated information directly into Inventory, Billing and GL Systems. A description of this system was published in the Journal of Commerce and in the Port Of Charleston Port News.

At Independent Sheet Metal, a PSE&G Energy Technologies Company, CTB Consulting improved their production cycle including faster communications between field and office staff, along with increased accuracy of both new and changed orders. ISM Application Description

At SeaLand, CTB Consulting automated port operations through the redesign of traffic flow patterns within terminal facilities. This project achieved a 50% terminal turn time reduction for truckers, reduced cost over $4 million, and enhanced customer relations. This application is described in a Microsoft Solution Overview.

At Bureau Veritas, CTB Consulting designed and developed a data collection and distribution system for this worldwide tank certification company. This system allows surveyors in the field to transmit inspection data to regional offices and to a centralized database.

At ACNielsen, CTB Consulting implemented an incentive bonus compensation system that calculates incentives for eligible staff in all regions worldwide. The system provides time-critical reporting with great accuracy.

At Dun & Bradstreet, CTB Consulting developed an executive compensation model used in marketing career opportunities to employment candidates. The application incorporated salary and equity compensation programs and projected the value of these programs in the future.

At Dun & Bradstreet, CTB Consulting implemented a consolidated worldwide financial information system, which enabled executive reporting for key management decisions.

At Dun & Bradstreet, CTB Consulting designed the network infrastructure for one of the first major MS Exchange implementations, rolling out more than 20,000 users worldwide. The project included architecture and implementation of an enterprise border protection system for anti-virus, anti-Spam and content monitoring.

At Dun & Bradstreet, CTB Consulting implemented workflow automation, developing and deploying custom electronic forms for expense reporting, including integration with the legacy expense processing system.

At Mercedes Benz Credit Corporation, CTB Consulting designed Cluster-Server Architecture that supports and links their 300+ dealer network with a centralized relational database.

At Daniel F. Young, CTB Consulting selected, designed and implemented core financial applications (G/L, A/P, A/R, etc.). The applications emphasized integration with operational events and empowered end users with improved desktop access to analysis data.

At Practicing Law Institute, CTB Consulting implemented and integrated Financial Systems Software with customer care software (direct mailing, seminar registration, etc.) including web-based access.

At Philip Morris Corporation, CTB Consulting implemented a 74,000-user MS-Exchange-based email and workflow automation system that integrated with the Internet, PROFS/OV, and Microsoft Mail.

At Philip Morris, CTB Consulting implemented workflow automation using custom electronic forms. The project produced cost savings; increased control and an audit trail for security and performance measurement.

At Hoechst AG, an affiliate of Aventis S.A., CTB Consulting implemented a global directory. This system integrated users from four separate mail systems in a single directory containing over 22,000 accounts.

At BMW, CTB Consulting implemented a national email system including gateways and directory synchronization for their dispersed 250-person sales force.

At Thomson Newspapers, CTB Consulting implemented a MS Exchange-based email system for 4500 users distributed at more than 80 sites. Anti-Virus software and Internet email were incorporated.

Thompson Corporation sold their Newspaper Division (60+ daily/weekly newspapers) to 11 different buyers. CTB Consulting disengaged the integrated infrastructure and systems so that each divested until could continue operations with operational systems.

At Intel, CTB Consulting integrated their mail system that included cc:Mail, Microsoft Mail, 3Com Mail and Banyan Mail at more than 40 locations.

At Pepsico International, CTB Consulting developed an executive compensation model used in marketing career opportunities to employment candidates. The application incorporated salary and equity compensation programs and projected the value of these programs in the future.

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The IT staff at Lenox Hill Hospital maintained 2000 devices operating on several networks comprised of a variety of machines ranging from high-end desktops to network terminals. With a limited IT staff, they needed a more efficient and cost-effective way to manage their network.

CTB designed the architecture and infrastructure that led to the installation of a Citrix Metaframe server that achieved the following:
obtained a low total cost of ownership for its networked PCs
defined an economical way of managing software distribution and upgrades
reduced the servicing of hardware devices
decreased the frequency and cost of having to replace and upgrade hardware

When Amerada Hess decided to convert their Novell network operations to an integrated NT operation they turned to CTB Consulting to provide technical guidance. Hess uses CTB Consulting to "jump start" new technologies that they wish to implement.

 
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