Joe Curran: Software General Contractor
you're building something involving excavation and steel, you hire a
construction general contractor to manage the project and ride herd
over the subcontractors. So if you're building something
involving software and Ethernet, then it makes sense to hire a
project manager with the experience of Joe Curran.
Joe's been writing software since he spent a weekend in 1988 reading a book about dBase programming. Early in his career Joe became a veteran of dozens of political campaigns. That led to the development of Filpac, a software package used by corporate PACs and candidates for offices ranging from township trustee to President.
Along the way Joe developed and managed business applications in the fields of homebuilding, real estate, medicine, utility-contracting, government reporting and customer-relationship management. His experience is a lesson to anyone proposing to use software to solve complex business problems:
To write business software, one must first understand the business.
Joe is US Marine Corps veteran and a Journalism graduate of Ohio University. Joe and his wife Carey together have six adult children. He's active in the Boy Scout movement and in community-based resolution of the rising drug problem.