From 1985 through 2000, he was lead developer for CMS (Corporate Management Solutions) and later VP of Development when CMS became known as Transcentive. After that he spent several years consulting for Citigroup and Computershare. During these years, primarily based on client frustrations with “off the shelf” report writers, Stew recognized a need for better end-user reporting than was available. Armed with this knowledge, he created several sophisticated, but easy to use, report writers to work with these companies’ applications. The culmination of his years of experience resulted in the creation of eWebReports (now called Exago).
Stew attended City College of NY and Western Connecticut State University.
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