Julie A. Miller holds a B. S. degree from Eastern Michigan University (Ypsilanti, MI).
Ms. Miller founded Prometheus Promotions in 1993.
As Lead Technology Writer, she has more than 14 years of experience in computing and technology areas, working in marketing communications, public relations and technical writing.
is quite good at darts, average at bowling, and completely terrible at golfing.
After Ms. Miller took a position as Senior Associate at a Palo Alto-based PR firm, she was quickly hailed as Queen of All Things Technology -- and was used to secure several large high-tech accounts based on her industry knowledge.
At one point, she even made the Chief Technical Officer of a company say "I don't know" in response to her technical question.
Today, Ms. Miller
goal of thoroughly understanding your product offerings to ensure that readers, media members, and analysts will comprehend the value and impact of your company.
Remote Site and Equipment Management Magazine Contributor: Feature story in Fall 2001 issue describing use of remote monitoring in the elevator, oil & gas, and network repair industries.
Midrange Systems MagazineContributor: Ms. Miller was a by-lined writer for Midrange Systems Magazine, a publication aimed at the AS/400 and RS 6000 markets with approximately 60,000 readers.
articles have been featured on the Front Page, News, and Clients & Networks sections.
Enterprise Systems JournalContributor: Julie
also wrote for Enterprise Systems Journal
, a magazine that provides 75,000 IS professionals with case studies and tutorials to solve the challenges of an enterprise-wide IS environment.
In a Corporate World
: Eastwick Communications
(a Redwood City, CA Public Relations firm) hired Ms. Miller
to support the Magneto-Optical Jukebox and Linear Tape Operation divisions of Hewlett-Packard
This involved arranging East coast/West coast media and analyst tours, coordination of an industry trade show forum with 400 attendees, writing white papers, executive biographies, press releases, backgrounders, submitted articles, and pitching to appropriate trade and business press.
Neale May & Partners: Ms. Miller also was employed at Neale-May & Partners (a Palo Alto, CA Public Relations firm) as an account supervisor, where she was in charge of launching 3 Silicon Valley start-up companies: a network-attached, multi-O/S storage product, an Internet/Intranet video, audio and multimedia search engine, and an Internet telephony product.
Prometheus Productions: As a freelance writer, Julie
created User Manuals, Installation Guides and Tutorials for a wide variety of products, including: termite eradication software (Prolinx/Dow Elanco), CAD/CAM software (Altair, Autodesk), and robotic simulation (Deneb Robotics)
: As Corporate Communications Manager for Imageware
(Ann Arbor, MI) -- a start-up company creating 3D data representation and interpretation software, she
was responsible for creating brand awareness, product launches, and day-to-day media management, which resulted in CNN press coverage during a major trade show.
Julie also was in charge of the Documentation department, creating User Guides Training Manuals, and the on-line help system.
Schlumberger CAD/CAM (Applicon): Julie began her writing career in the engineering department of Schlumberger (Ann Arbor, MI) -- a CAD/CAM software manufacturer, creating user manuals, tutorials, icons and programming help messages.
Documents averaged 250 pages.
Top Secret Stuff: Years before, Julie worked as a Technical Illustrator on such top-secret military projects as the "Hummer" and prototypes of the Stealth Fighter, both used in the Gulf War.