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Tripp Micou

Tripp Micou founded Practical Computer Applications (PCApps) in 1992 with the vision to develop a consultancy that solves real business needs — the way they should be done, and will be done in the future over the Internet.  Prior to PCApps, Mr. Micou was a partner at Cardwell-Micou, a database consulting firm. Previously, Tripp managed PC software builds for Digital Equipment Corporation, and was a Graduate Fellow at the Hughes Aircraft Company from 1984 through 1987.

Mr. Micou holds a BS from The University of Michigan with Honors and a Masters of Science in Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Marc Thevenin

Mr. Thevenin joined PCApps in 2005 to lead PCApps‘s engineering development and quality control practices. A highly-accomplished database engineer, Marc brings over 25 years experience in various software development, team leadership and quality control disciplines.

Prior to PCApps, Marc led business software solutions with SunGard BSR, EF Educational Tours and UUA.  Mr. Thevenin holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Emmanuel College of Management, and served as co-chair of the Technology Committee of the Mass Biotech Council.   Marc remains active in the Boston software development community through mentoring and instructional lectures.

Indra Sugianto

Indra Sugianto joined PCApps in 1999, and is responsible for managing client projects within manufacturing, health care, automotive and financial services industries. He is heavily involved with gathering and assessing business requirements and recommending appropriate solutions to client needs. He is expert in business process optimization, database modeling and UI design domains.  Mr. Sugianto’s project management and leadership skills, combined with deep technical acumen, attention to detail and professional integrity, continue to exceed PCApps clients’ needs and expectations.

Mr. Sugianto earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Trisakti University, Jakarta, Indonesia and M.A. in Computer Science from Boston University. Indra was named a Partner at PCApps in 2010.

Kevin Greiner

Mr. Greiner joined PCApps in 2011 and serves as Technical Project Manager. Kevin manages custom ERM/ERP software implementation and delivery for key accounts. Kevin oversees and maintains focus on incremental timely delivery, works closely with client executives on key objectives such as surfacing quality metrics, understanding actual production costs, and streamlining logistics processes.

Kevin graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Millersville University of Pennsylvania.

Hope Nguyen

Mr. Nguyen joined PCApps in 1999, as serves as a Senior Design Engineer and Business Analyst. Hope applies expert User Interface and SQL Server engineering design skills across many practice areas of the firm, including solution design and development, database engineering, analytics, reporting, web development, testing, new project evaluations, personnel training, and Client project management.

Before joining PCApps, Hope served as lead developer on Cheshire financial planning software used for retirement, asset management and investment forecasting. Hope graduated from Boston University with a B.A. in Computer Science.

Andreas Kartawidjaja

Andreas joined PCApps in June 2004. Mr. Kartawidjaja serves as the lead technical engineer for a number of complex projects in varying industries such as Insurance, Energy, and Healthcare. Andreas is heavily involved in every aspect of the software development process, from business requirements assessment through design and implementation to testing and deployment.

Andreas graduated summa cum-laude from Boston University in a combined B.A. and M.A. degree program in Computer Science.

Jim Hansen

Mr. Hansen joined PCApps in November 2011. Prior to PCApps, Jim worked for ten years in the SQL Server group at Microsoft. He has also previously spent a few years developing a suite of .NET database applications for the Engineering Is Elementary program at the Museum of Science, Boston, and 7 years working with bioinformatics databases and real time control systems in the life sciences instrumentation field.

Jim received a Bachelor of Science in civil-environmental engineering and Master of Science in Toxicology from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and an Master of Science in environmental engineering from Stanford.

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