Glenn Goldring

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    Glenn Goldring

    Technical Program Manager, Associate

    Glenn is a Software Architect focussing on the development and delivery of innovative geospatial solutions.

    Glenn works closely with customers to gather accurate business requirements, using Agile methodologies to manage the process of converting requirements from an initial design through to an implemented software solution. He uses his software development experience to help customers isolate and solve problems, as well as advise on product development roadmaps for new functionality.

    About Glenn

    Glenn completed a National Diploma of Business Computing before commencing his career as a software developer and support specialist in the freight and logistics industry.

    After moving to Carter Holt Harvey, Glenn was involved in an array of forestry geospatial projects, building bespoke desktop mapping applications based on the Esri technology stack.

    Glenn then moved to NorthSouth GIS where he become a Geocortex product champion, and development team lead for the Silverlight and Microsoft Workflow development programmes. He was involved in designing, building and integrating business requirements for a range of spatial solutions.

    While at NorthSouth GIS, Glenn was given the opportunity to software architect and deliver projects for customers based in NZ, USA, Australia and Singapore.

    When racing through forest and county roads, Glenn enjoys the adrenalin buzz of co-driving at high speed in rally cars, similar to the enjoyment he gets when seeing a great idea or vision being turning into reality via a robust quality software solution. He is conscious of a project’s success by ensuring it must be a collaborative effort between all stakeholders.

    How they can help

    Are you wanting to combine your spatial data with business initiatives, or maybe you have great imagination and want to explore the possibilities of an impactful idea, then contact Glenn to help you understand and visualise what spatial technology solution could be possible.

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