|PAW.COM is Jim Smith's consulting company, specializing in the design and implementation of complex software systems for small businesses.|
ABOUT JIM SMITH
Fusing a scientific and business education with software development experience, Jim Smith turns extremely complex applications from drawing board concepts into profitable, working software.
His decade of experience as a software architect combines the skills of analysis, design, planning, coding and project management to ensure that the resulting application is documented, scalable, cost-effective, and most importantly, squarely addresses the business objectives.
With a Masters degree in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering and an MBA from Cornell, Jim is not only equipped to deal with a broad range of highly technical issues, but he is also a consummate communicator, using his liberal education to bridge the gap between "propeller heads" and business users.
An entrepreneur in his own right, Jim has competence in the entire business cycle, from inception and growth, right through sale and transition. He knows that the most valuable businesses minimize their risks and build the most transferable value. By modeling and prototyping software, Jim proves that a concept is feasible, and by accumulating and organizing intellectual property, Jim constantly prepares for scale and transition.
Jim is based in Los Angeles, California.
PAW.COM started as a company to provide permanent email addresses and data storage services for people, based on a "perpetual" model. It quickly became the host to The Sailing Source, the largest Sailing community on the Web.
PAW.COM transitioned into a smaller company focused on helping customers bring their business concepts to life.
The company is run with the philosophy that minimizing risk and building transferable value are the best ways to bring value to our customers; the services that we provide are focused precisely on that goal.
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