About Jeremy Lind
Highly technical and business minded, naturally able to see and analyze problems or opportunities at a strategic or micro-level in order to determine the best course of action. Well versed on identifying the varying needs of each underlying problem or requirement, determining the complex inter-dependencies, and formulating short-term and long-term solutions.
Created, designed, and developed the 3rd most popular website hosted in the state of Iowa; CycloneFanatic.com.
March 2015 - CurrentManager of Application Development
Delta Dental of Iowa
Manager of Application Development over EDI, Core System, and Web Infrastructure.
Responsible for leading the architecture and implementation of strategic web-initiatives; including four distinct self-service portals for varying external user types, designing APIs and Web Services, and leading a team of developers according to timelines and scope.
February 2014 - March 2015Sr. Solutions Architect
SXSW 2014 Tech Innovators Of The Year - Runner Up
Senior Business Architect on the development of business and technological processes, product functionality, and overall business strategy.
Lead Analyst & Implementation Architect for the implementation and onboarding of the nation's largest Insurance Carriers and Brokerages.
March 2012 - February 2014Sr. Solutions Architect, Business Coach
Senior Business Architect leading the definition and implementation of Fortune 500 companies on to online insurance enrollment and administration platforms.
Directly responsible for overseeing a team of Architects and Analysts with the ultimate goal of successfully implementing new clients, processes, and systems using a Matrix Reporting Model.
February 2004 - March 2012Sr. Business Analyst
Marsh & McLennan
Performed Business Architect, Senior Business Analyst and Subject Matter Expert responsibilities for the implementation of the Oracle Insurance Policy Administration System (PAS/OIPA) and Oracle Revenue, Management and Billing System (RM&B); as well as worked to define integration strategies for 13 ancillary systems.
Overall project estimated to cost $35 million and three years to implement. Implementation of new admin and billing systems expected to support revenue growth of over $125 million during the first five years.