James Davis has been involved with technical projects for fifteen years. He's worked on U.S. Navy guidance systems, developed artificial intelligence game programs, and security monitoring systems. Early in his career, Mr. Davis was a Research Associate at the Center for Regional Technology in New York City.
In the Point-of-Sale arena, Mr. Davis developed software applications for the Hospitality Industry, focusing on high demand, 24 hour environments like cruise ships and casinos. During this period, he worked his way up through the ranks from junior programmer to V.P. of Software Development at InfoGenesis. In this capacity, he acted as a software VAR for IBM, NCR, and AT&T.
Mr. Davis has also held positions as Director of Software Engineering at Micros Systems and Hunter Associates Laboratory.
Mr. Davis has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. His Master of Science Degree in Organizational Behavior is from the Polytechnic Institute of New York.
James Davis is the author of: An Unfair Advantage (Sport Psychology) and Okay, Don't Quit (Smoking Cessation). His next book is an elaboration of the chapter on Technical Opportunity Management.
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