Paul Fahring is Director of Technology for Wencil Research.Paul
has over 30 years of information technology project management experience at IBM Corporation
.Paul's background includes mainframe, PC, and UNIX platforms; computer integrated manufacturing; test engineering; software quality assurance; database management; requirement analysis; configuration management; system analysis; and business process control systems.Paul
spent 5 years at the IBM Boulder development lab designing computer LSI logic circuits/cards and at the IBM San Jose site working on mass storage development and manufacturing.In 1981 and 1982 he
was at the IBM UK England Hursley and Havant sites managing robotics and automation projects.At IBM Tucson, Paul was the corporate representative for standardization of world wide manufacturing and product test standards and served on the corporate test systems architecture board.For 8 years, Paul was an Advisory Engineer/Scientist for the IBM Industrial Sector Design Team, and served as a project manager and consultant supporting development, marketing and pre-sales for computer integrated manufacturing world-wide. Paul has been a consultant for Avalon Software and Hughes Missile Systems (now Raytheon).He also was a systems architect for Platinum Technology and taught computer science courses at Apollo College.Paul is a graduate of the US Air Force Navigation School and the IBM System Research Institute at New York University.He has also attended the University of Colorado school of electrical engineer and the University of Nebraska's school of applied math.
Paul's technical expertise includes WLAN and Wi-Fi networks; Paperless Factory; ERP/MRP system integration into the enterprise; Platinum Process Continuum; and all Microsoft Business Products.He is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer and has CompTIA certification.
An active sponsor/coach/umpire of Little League Baseball and a 4-H leader, Paul
also has a passion for photography and Enology/Viticulture.