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Medical Sales

Vero Beach, Florida, United States
February 11, 2018

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Martin A. Werner

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Vero Beach Florida 32960

772-***-**** cell

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U.S. Army Medical Field Services School Psychometric Testing and Interviewing,1965.

B.S. University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, Computer Science and Sociology, 1976.

University of Miami, Graduate School of Business, Miami, Florida. Enrolled 1979.

University of Santa Clara, School of Law, Santa Clara, California. Enrolled 1984.

Miller Heiman Client

Intel Developer Forum Palm Springs California

Microsoft Developer Network Forum Atlanta MSDN

RSNA McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois 2003, 2005

Licensed in Florida as a Real Estate Broker BK3146327 and Mortgage Broker FAMB330721

Licensed Auctioneer AU4313 in Florida

Series 3 Securities License

Series 63 Securities License

Fortran, DB2, IMS DB DC, COBOL, BAL, ACCESS, EXCEL, MS-PROJECT, Sales Force, Cloud, VM, SQL, Blue-Mix, JAVA, AZURE, Virtual Basic, Virtual Studio, Virtual Cobol, GNU (open) Cobol


1990- Sales. WERNER & ASSOCIATES, Dallas, Texas.

B2B merchant processing, commercial loans and Insurance. matching buyers and sellers and renters and lessors in residential and commercial properties. -Also licensed as an auctioneer.

Brokering Residential and Commercial Mortgages and reverse mortgages NMLS Licensed in Florida.

Brokering Medical Buildings and Equipment leases and loans including medical imaging equipment, and financing between financial lenders and medical providers. Lenders included Finova, Heller, Newcourt, and C.I.T.. Contract Cobol/IMS programming as IMS systems programmer for American Airlines in Addison, Texas.

1988-1990 IMS Systems Programmer. TEXAS INSTRUMENTS, Dallas, Texas

Implemented on-line display command for MSC status in BAL. Conducted feasibility study and sizing for Fast Path installation in this heavily modified IMS environment. Conducted an XRF feasibility study. Maintenance and development Cobol IMS DL/I programs.

1981-1988 IMS Product Developer. IBM SANTA TERESA LAB, San Jose, California.

Developed new functions in the Fast Path feature of the IMS 3.0 release in BAL and PLAS. Conducted performance and virtual storage studies of the XRF feature restart-read in the IMS 2.1 and 2.2 releases. Created plan and conducted Functional Defect Removal Testing for the DASD Logging feature of the 1.3 and 2.1 releases of IMS. Worked in IMS Product Test, IMS Product Performance with Dave Viguers, and IMS Product Development with Vern Watts.

1980-1981 System Specialist. FIREMANS FUND INSURANCE CO., San Rafael, California.

Writing on-line new prototype utility routines in BAL for Cobol IMS DLI DB-DC environment. Created DB record duplication program in DL/I for OSS commercial insurance quotation system. Yourdon Structured Design. Worked with John Dash of IBM. IMS Maintenance of Cobol DL/I programs in IMS DB DC.

1978-1980 Programmer-Analyst. UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI, Coral Gables, Florida.

New development work, as well as maintenance and support for a large Cobol conversion project. Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co

1966-1977 STATE OF WISCONSIN, Madison, Wisconsin.


Public Service Commission. Cobol, FORTRAN and BAL programming. Application was a study of electric rate structures entitled A Generic Environmental Impact Statement on Electric Utility Tariffs.

Health Care Planner.

Division of Health. Responsible for staffing and directing the efforts required by a federal grant. Setting up administrative procedures, equipment and acquisition, staffing, budget preparation and establishing a work program.

Information Officer.

Governor's Health Task Force. Ascertain and analyze information and data for Task Force members. Produced health care reports on Health Care in Wisconsin.

Research Analyst.

Division of Health. Survey research, statistical analysis, report writing, forms design, systems analysis and FORTRAN and statistical programming

Research Associate.

University of Wisconsin Medical School. Department of Surgery& Pathology. Supervised and managed gnotobiotic research project for medical researcher, Dr. Charles Yale, M.D.; then Dr. Valdivia in Pathology.

1965-1966 Sales. SPENCE MC CORD PHARMACEUTICAL, Madison, Wisconsin. Sold medical supplies, pharmaceuticals, medical and laboratory equipment to physicians, hospitals, health care institutions, and clinical laboratories in Southern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois.

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