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W. Jay Sietz
Vice President

Jay Sietz is Vice President of FlowTech-Solutions, Inc, a  software consultancy located in the Granite State of New Hampshire specializing in workflow, eCommerce, job shop and custom web and traditional Windows programming.

Jay became interested in computers and software back in middle school when the school installed a terminal (model 33) to the Dartmouth system using basic. Jay attended the University of Vermont, majored in Computer Science and minored in Mathematics.

He entered the workforce taking on responsibilities for doing IBM DOS VSE system builds. Since the early days Jay has had increasing responsible positions in companies including AMF Inc., Vantage Computers Inc., U.S. Aetna Healthcare Inc., Human Affairs International Inc. (HAI), and Lason Systems, Inc.. His experience at Aetna and HAI expanded his technical skills into the relational database and web development world. And his most recent positions, being the Director of IT at HAI and Lason have given him the management and leadership experience necessary to bring large critical projects in on time and within budget.

A common thread in Jay's career has been his keen focus on technology and its practical usage in the business world.  His eye on electronic document management, workflow, and business process engineering has rendered surprising results in business productivity improvements and efficiencies.  By minimizing the handling and management of paper and re-engineering the business processes, significant improvements can be realized by a business, giving them an upper edge in the market.

In 2004 Warren and W. Jay Sietz started FlowTech Solutions, Inc. to continue serving businesses with their web based document management needs with the quality products and services they have come to expect.  Always keeping up with the technology FlowTech is introducing ASP.NET versions of workflow and eCommerce solutions while still maintaining implementations for integration into legacy systems.