Mr. Park created a Y2K manual and workbook specifically addressing the complex issues facing airports and other governmental entities with their myriad of systems. The manual was adopted by the FAA and ANet conducted training for FAA inspectors which was used to evaluate Y2K compliance for all US airports. ANet established, managed and operated the Y2K offices for numerous entities, including Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Port of Seattle, Detroit-Wayne County International Airport, San Jose International Airport, El Paso International Airport, Birmingham Airport, Wayne County Michigan, Northwest Airlines Detroit facilities, and the Ports of Puerto Rico (all airports and sea ports).
Additionally ANet conducted many training courses for the hub and feeder airports for Northwest Airlines and Delta Airlines.
From 1988 to 1994, Mr. Park was the Senior Vice President of Geac Computers with P&L
responsibility for operations and profit and loss accountability for at least $30 million in revenues every year at 40%+ gross margins. The library division had offices in six countries with over 250 staff. Mr. Park was the defcto Product Manager, directed 6 international development teams, marketing, RFP preparation, vendor and client negotiations, contract management, client consulting, customer installations and implementations, and 24/7 call center for technical and customer support.
• Performed preliminary technical and marketing analysis, evaluation and recommendations on companies for corporate acquisition.
• Managing the largest division, Mr. Park helped to increase the publically traded shares from $1.00 to over $15.00, and eventually to over $40/share.
• Litigation Technical Expert Consultant (1992-1994). Collaborated on litigation between
Geac Computers and major computer hardware manufacturer. Worked closely with
principal attorneys in crafting case, helped prepare for and participated in 30 depositions.
Arranged for additional technical expert consultants and reviewed all documents including pleadings, discovery, motions, and document requests for technical accuracy and completeness. Geac received a favorable settlement for $3 million.
ANet was tapped by the Verizon Wireless national call center to complete a total business reengineering within seven months. ANet staff consulted on human performance, employee productivity improvement, and business reengineering, improved employee retention, reduced training time, increased competency, and redefined performance metrics. ANet also redefined and rewrote operating procedures for call center employee functions and user training documentation.
• Saved Verizon $3,700,000 in first year and $3,000,000 for each of following two years.