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Hi Fidelity IT brings over a decade of n-tier, client/server, and web based software development experience. Our past experiences have covered a wide range of company size, industry, and functionality and have been built upon a wide range of technologies using both Microsoft, PHP, and Java/J2EE products. Our portfolio includes: A web based affiliate tracking system. An enterprise auction system An online request for quote (RFQ) package that allows for the real-time buying and selling of goods and services An online software development resource portal A website that allowed users to receive information on how to improve their financial situation and their credit A sports information portal

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JavaJava 2EEMicrosoftPHPSellingSoftware DesignSoftware DevelopmentSportsWeb Development

1 Reviews for This Service

  • Todd_Elmquist says,

    I've worked with Chris for over 8 months now on various life stages of the system we built together. Chris owns System Development, QA and Operations Support for the system hosted at www.vipprofits.com. This is a Web-based Affiliate Mgmt system we co-built for a client I've had for over 7 years. Chris was mostly brilliant throughout the entire process and provided high ROI to myself and the ultimate end-user ---> VIPSports www.vipsports.com Chris built all aspects of the database and the OLTP interfaces from a third-party technical host company used by VIPsports. Alistair Assheton, owner of VIPsports and a client I've had for over 7 years, has great things to say about Chris. Alistair may be contacted via email at alistair@vipsports.com if you want another referral for Chris. Please tell hiim that Todd Elmquist suggested I contact him for a few brief comments about Chris. We still have a professional relationship and I expect to continue working with Chris on future projects. Please contact me at telmquist@msn.com if you want further information.

    for ASP/SQL Serve Website Database system on Nov 15, 2003