With over 20 years of experience in the information technology field, Ernest is a conversion lead with extensive knowledge in converting large-scale, disparate technology systems to transactional relationship databases. Additionally, Ernest is skilled in the entire system delivery lifecycle, including application design, development and testing large-scale systems. As a manager at Emergent Method, Ernest helps several of the firm’s public sector clients in implementing innovative IT solutions to increase efficiency and achieve their goals.
Ernest joined Emergent Method in 2020, bringing extensive experience as a conversion lead for large-scale governmental systems throughout the country, including several Louisiana projects and initiatives, as well as projects based in New Mexico, New York City, Georgia, and Ohio.
Ernest has designed and implemented conversion architecture to support data processing, clean-up, reconciliation, and transformation to new databases, and has developed conversion plans and data mapping transfers between legacy systems and new systems.
Ernest is a graduate of Vanderbilt University where he earned his Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering and Mathematics.