Archive for the 'Business Writing (and Ghost-Writing)' Category

The sky’s the limit: managing wireless multimedia

Wednesday, May 27th, 2009

Look, up in the sky! It’s a torrent of broadband content, flowing to your handheld phone. This White Paper I wrote (along with uber-technologist Randy Fuller) for broadband technology provider Camiant explains why new approaches are needed to manage the flood of data traffic that is transforming cellular communications.

Updating the telecom back-office

Friday, February 27th, 2009

Why wireless telecom carriers are stuck in the past when it comes to back-office billing and customer management systems…and why open-source software may be the key to a breakthrough. I wrote this Pipeline Magazine article for Transverse, which embraces innovative new approaches for retooling the telecom back office.

TV advertising: We’re not in Kansas anymore

Thursday, September 25th, 2008

Wait. Actually we are. Turns out a small cable TV company in Kansas is on the leading edge of a revolution in the way commercials get delivered to TV-watchers. I wrote this case study for SeaChange International, a cool company that makes the technology behind the revolution.

An industry in transition

Thursday, August 3rd, 2006

Didn’t know much about Colorado’s software industry before taking on this assignment for ColoradoBiz. I do now, thanks to the mag’s willingness to provide something unusual: enough time to interview gads of people. Biggest takeaway: It’s a sector typified by small, inventive companies with a keen knack for identifying niches.

Sidebar: One of the rewards of journalism is getting to talk to people you wouldn’t otherwise – like Nadine Lange, a fiery, candid, wonderful entrepreneur who bet her career on a hunch having something to do with┬áthe arcane world of mailroom processing. She seems to have won.

Corporate profile: Grubb & Ellis/BRE Commercial

Thursday, July 27th, 2006

A detailed look at how a leading real estate advisory company modernized its financial management and reporting systems. Part of a profile series written for the management consulting firm Tatum.