Warren King is 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.
It started when Warren got
an Apple IIe compatible computer to keep track of productivity
statistics for the up to 150 employees he then managed. He was
hooked. Before long Warren returned to college, earned a
degree in Computer Studies and Small Business Management with an emphasis
on programming and database management and was on his way to helping
companies make their own productivity gains .
Since then Warren has never looked
back. He has worked at a major insurance company which introduced
him to the world of document management; a field he has been involved
with ever since. Warren wrote among
other things their document retention and policy file ordering
systems. He then headed the IT division of a regional New England
company for their new document imaging services serving customers
like Fleet Bank, Citizens Bank, Prudential Dental, Varian Semiconductors
and NYNEX (Verizon). This led to working with their professional
services division creating value added solutions in the document
management and archive field for their clients. Responsibilities expanded
when the company was bought by a large nationwide firm servicing
clients such as Campbell's Soup and the State of New Hampshire.
Warren headed the final phases of writing New Hampshire's Unified Commercial Code
system as an ASP web based application. Today the public can log
onto the system to search the database or make their own UCC filing with
no outside help.
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.