Tony Marinaro was programming computers as soon as he learned to read. No, really. He’s got serious skills.
Tony means business when it comes to efficiency. He loves turning an organization’s clunky procedures and tasks into lean, automated processes.
He accomplishes this by first thoroughly understanding a client’s business processes and desired outcomes, then configuring and customizing an ERP system such as Microsoft Dynamics GP, NetSuite and Sage 300 to make those processes run more smoothly. Tony’s programming skills are at the ready if he needs to make multiple systems “talk” to each other.
Tony also enjoys helping companies put business intelligence to use, with the goal of helping them get meaningful information out of their business systems. He has extensive knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Microsoft SharePoint, and Sage CRM. He also supports the underlying software that runs these applications.
A Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist, Tony is knowledgeable in many programming languages, applications and reporting tools. He specializes in Windows, Unix / Linux, SQL Server, SQL Reporting Services, Oracle, IIS, Tomcat, Websphere, Crystal Reports, and Business Objects.
In his free time, Tony volunteers as a FIRST Lego League Jr. moderator at St. Ursula School, a church usher and youth catechist at St. Ursula Church and a parent volunteer at Baltimore Youth Cycling. He has also served as a volunteer coach for the Parkville Recreation Council.
Bachelor of science degree in information systems, Stevenson University
Just For Fun
- Tony was programming computers as soon as he learned to read.
- Tony was affectionately nicknamed “Google” by co-workers because he always seemed to come up with the answers they needed.
- Tony loves to learn new musical instruments. He has owned a clarinet, trumpet, violin, banjo, mandolin and drums, and has a small collection of guitars that he plays in his spare time.