Reyna Williams

Developer

Connecticut


With a passion and talent for software programming, Reyna impressed us with her object-oriented experience and deep-rooted understanding of the software development life cycle. She is a strong team player and is able to interact and collaborate with professionals of all levels.

On a recent RutterKey project for a leading promotional products retailer that prints and manufactures custom branded items, Reyna utilized IFS extensibility features to create customized fields and logical units to help our client update and track data unique to their business operations.

For another client, who develops and supports software systems unique to maritime related industries, she extracted JIRA issues, subtasks, and linked issues with REST API and then used that data to create projects within IFS Apps10. Reyna was also able to obtain logged work hours and projected story points from JIRA and integrate that data within IFS project transactions. These examples demonstrate her ability to deliver customized results for RutterKey clients while still leveraging the “out-of-the-box” IFS capabilities.

Before joining us, Reyna had more than six years of technical consultant experience with Hartford, CT based DXC Technology. Within this context she has become an accomplished Agile Software Developer. Reyna excels at gathering and analyzing requirements, developing code and troubleshooting in Java and PL/SQL, and creating end user documentation.

Among her responsibilities with DXC, Reyna provided technical solutions to manufacturing challenges, consulted regularly with customers on functional and technical requirements, designed, developed, and supported customization for the manufacturing engineering system, Solumnia, and designed solutions for MRO (Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul), execution, and supplier quality modules.

Reyna holds a B.S. in computer science from Norfolk State University in Virginia, where she worked with computer forensic tools and developed a skill set in C++ and C# programming.