UFDS (2012 – present)
UFDS is an insurance company that insures seafarers for occupational injuries on board Danish ships. The work injury insurance is compulsory in Denmark, and when a person is injured on a ship, a notification is sent to UFDS, and there by we become responsible for the subsequent process, which can often takes several years. Therefore, we have the following systems that I have developed and are responsible for:
- A case system that keeps track of where in the process a work injury is. It keeps track of the correspondence, decisions by authorities, provisions for future payments and expenses in connection with the case.
- A payout system that calculates the monthly payments for recognized work injuries.
- A provision system that calculates the need for future capital based on known damages and their progress.
- A policy system that keeps track of which ships a shipowner has insurance for. An annual fee is collected from the shipowner (premium) and registration of payments on policies.
- A ship register that obtains official ship data from the authorities, so UFDS knows when ship owners make or buy new ships or dispose of existing ones.
- A Business Intelligent system (BI) that gathers data from all systems that form the basis for analyzing and reporting to public authorities.
Casalogic (2009 – 2012)
Freelance consultant (2006 – 2009)
Consultant work with customers who requested my Java and J2EE competencies and derived Java tools and libraries such as Ant, Maven, Spring, open source databases and Web services on linux and windows.
TietoEnator (1999 – 2006)
Consultant work with customers who requested my Java and J2EE competencies and derived Java tools and libraries such as Ant, Maven, Spring, open source databases and Web services on linux.
Dansk Data Elektronic (1998 – 1999)
Development of a system for journalizing documents. Applied technology are Java and C ++.
Neti Neti Aps (1994 – 1998)
Development and maintenance of a general product catalog where one could get a given component into the drawing. The system specifically approached mechanical engineers and machine parts manufacturers. Applied the technology used is C ++, Lisp, AutoCAD and Windows.
Dansk Distribution Center (1991 – 1994)
Development and maintenance of systems for route planning and distribution of local newspapers. Applied technology used is C, Ncurses (terminal emulation) and Unix.
School: Copenhagen Business School
Field of study: Computer
Period: 1990 – 2000
Degree: Edb asssistent
Field of study: Computer
Period: 1988 – 1989
School: Svendborg Navigation Skole
Field of study: Ship navigation and cargo handling
Period: 1986 – 1988
Danish (first language)