Ralph is a results-oriented senior executive who brings to Antares over twenty – five years of experience in all areas of operations. Personable and professional, Ralph always has a smile on his face accompanied by a hearty laugh that some say can be heard all the way from our New Orleans office. As President, Ralph is involved with business development activities as well as company management, project management, along with hands-on work with clients providing systems analysis and developing design specifications.
I love talking to clients and potential clients about their business challenges, and brainstorming options on how to fix them.
I used to be a SCCA Pro Rally race car driver. My wife Terri & I founded Red Stick Racing, and shared a great bonding experience together as she helped me navigate forest trails at 100+ MPH!
Eating, drinking & listening to music.
Island hopping on a sailboat.
Give more than you take and it will make you happier.
Laura has over twenty - five years of experience in sales forecasting, software market and sales analysis, new product and services introduction, and corporate account sales. However, what you really need to know is she's been with Antares from the start. Her passion is to work with clients to understand their business needs and then provide our Antares team with the insight to design and develop the right solution. Laura has worked with all types of clients including government, corporate, small to mid-size businesses and start-ups and entrepreneurs. She knows the industry, she knows our company, and she's ready to get to know you. With Laura as our driving force in sales and marketing management, our clients know they are in good hands.
I enjoy working with our clients to help solve their business challenges & software needs. There's always a new technology to learn about, or a client project we can help with.
I was an extra in Jaws 2. I played a member of the "Amity High School Band" & I got to pet the "shark."
I'd really like to travel and sight see all the great historic places in Europe - Italy, Greece, France, England, Ireland, Scotland...
To whom much is given, much is required.
Pop or classic rock. Any "happy music" really.
Cheryl works with developers as a Project Manager and Senior Business Analyst. She has over twenty-five years of experience in systems analysis, software design and development, project management and business intelligence consulting. She has worked on various client projects from healthcare, major retail, state government and the energy sector.
Learning about different industries and the business problem they face is very exciting and challenging. When you are able to collaborate with clients and develop solutions to solve those business needs, it’s extremely satisfying.
Relaxing and bike riding! I also love using my loppers to trim my trees and bushes. It’s so satisfying and gets my frustrations out.
Anything relaxing, serene and unplugged.
Pop. My favorite song is “Shape of You” by Ed Sheeran.
“Always look at the dessert menu. You can get dessert to go.”
Daniel is a software designer and developer with over 20 years of experience. His primary responsibilities include architecting technical solutions, developing programming specifications, writing software programs, testing, debugging, program installation, documentation, and user interface design. As a Microsoft Certified Professional, he is skilled in working with SQL Server, MS Visual Basic, MS.NET, C#, VB.NET, MS Access, and MS Active Server Pages.
I have always liked the challenge of implementing newer technologies to solve real-world problems. Engaging with clients and using our expertise to help conquer their issues is priceless – especially when they smile.
Sprint racing a Lamborghini Huracán is hard to beat.
A vacation bucket list item for sure is to stay at each Mandarin Oriental Hotel in the world.
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My son asks me this all the time and it’s easy to answer: “Why not?”
My first paying client was the State of Louisiana in 1995. However, personal experience was much earlier as I tried to figure out how my Dad’s HP-9100A calculator really worked.
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) with certifications as an MCP with a focus in SQL Server and Software Development
Kyle has 15 years of programming experience and 17 years of general IT support and administration experience. He is well versed in SQL and database, web technologies, and system automation background. Kyle also has 7+ years of management experience, including a lead role in hardware and software project design and development.
I enjoy using technology to help our clients overcome business challenges. I love when they get excited about proposed efficiencies they didn’t think were possible.
I enjoy outdoor activities, woodworking and side projects.
Sufficient time and no agenda. Just travel and see what happens.
I mostly enjoy rock, grunge and EBM.
I would write automation scripts, utilities, and small applications to assist in my former role as a system admin, and I found that I enjoyed software development more.
Certifications: Net+, MCSA, MCSE, MCDST, MCDBA
Terry Verigan has served the Louisiana and national business communities for more than thirty-five years. His experience with technology-driven enterprises includes over twenty years with such firms as Xerox Corporation, AT&T, and Windstream (formerly US LEC). He is expert at developing client requirements and uncovering hidden roadblocks within those organizations. He focuses on building agile and capable project teams that seamlessly integrate into client departments and their processes.
Terry has a reputation for delivering on time, on budget, and with high marks for client satisfaction.
Do it, fix it, try it. The most important and observable result of an action bias in excellent companies is their willingness to try things out, to experiment.
Growing up in Santa Clara, California, I spent summers surfing along the coast. I was especially fond of the waves in Huntington Beach. Shooting the 1,800 foot pier was a thrill that never left me even after slamming into it one summer.
Delivering the keynote speech to 200 FAA executives and major prime contractors in April 2014 at the Orville Wright Federal Building Headquarters of the FAA on Independence Avenue in Washington, D.C.
A beach vacation with Kathy letting the waves wash through me. A close second would be exploring Cornwall in Great Britain and walking the streets of Stratford-upon-Avon.
We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.
- Albert Einstein