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Rolando Hernandez

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Business Rules Architect | Business Process Architect ph 972-987-1685
Enterprise Architect  | Knowledge Engineer


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Process Improvement Analyst & Business Process Management Consultant for Fortune 500.

Project Manager and Business Analyst for large, complex IT projects/systems.

Designed the Enterprise Business Rules strategy and methodology for ExxonMobil, A Fortune 10 Company, and the IRS.

Developed the BIZRULES® VISION™ Methodology for defining, documenting, managing, and automating business processes and business rules. Used by A Fortune 10 Company, ExxonMobil, the IRS, and other firms.

Three of the 10 largest companies in the Fortune 500 use my BIZRULES® Business Rules Methodology to define and formalize their business processes and business rules.

Currently, helping large companies with Global Statutory Compliance such as Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Currently designing Business Models, Business Process Models, and Business Rule Models to help A Fortune 10 Company document, assess, test, and certify that proper processes, rules, and controls are in place, as required by Sarbanes-Oxley Act.

Experience using advanced Business Process Management (BPM) and Business Rules Engine (BRE) technology to reduce time to market, improve quality, ensure regulatory/legal/tax compliance, increase sales, cut costs, and maximize revenue.

Outstanding record of implementing advanced technology to build innovative business solutions and systems that work, change easily, and last.

Proven ability to architect and engineer complex systems that are flexible, easy to maintain, reuse code and business rules, and that align to business objectives.

Solid experience leading and carrying out all phases of full SDLC lifecycle enterprise system development, from planning, analyzing, designing, building, and testing new Web and Client/Server applications, to maintaining and modernizing legacy Mainframe applications.