Joseph Nickrent is a Business Analysis Instructor for Object Computing, Inc. and for Orion Development Group, holding 30 years of experience in information systems development and support.
Mr. Nickrent has a proven track record in all phases of the system development lifecycle as well as requirements definition and management, scope definition and control, project plan creation, and tracking actual against plan.
Mr. Nickrent has managed and led mainframe and non-mainframe based development efforts of time-critical nature and supported a mission-critical financial system that controlled over $3 billion in assets.
Currently working as a Business Analyst for the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Mr. Nickrent has served as a business analyst for US Bank, Covidien, Nestle Purina, and Charter Communications. Prior to becoming a consultant, he held IT leadership positions for Forest Pharmaceuticals, Maritz, Anheuser-Busch and Ralston Purina.
Mr. Nickrent earned his BSBA in Marketing Management and MBA in Management Information Systems from the University of Missouri-Saint Louis. He is a member of the IIBA, the, St. Louis Chapter of the IIBA and the St. Louis Quality Assurance Association.
“Joe is a dedicated professional, a strong IT Application Manager with strategic thinking. He seeks out-of-the-box solutions for his customer’s problems while setting up his teams for success. Joe is also a great mentor who guides others by sharing his vast expertise and ideas involving software development and a wide range of technology. I really enjoyed working with Joe and hope to have the opportunity again in the future.”
-Forest Pharmaceuticals (via LinkedIn)
“I had the good fortune of working with Joe for several years at Anheuser-Busch and consider him one of the finest Project Manager’s I know. Joe possesses an incredible knowledge of Software Development Life Cycles and Methodologies.”
-Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. (via LinkedIn)
“I worked with Joe on a high-visibility project with a very aggressive schedule. The project was successful, due in no small part to Joe’s skill in gathering the business requirements for the project, and ensuring they were communicated to all the project participants.”
-USBank (via LinkedIn)