Jeannine helps clients gain competitive advantage by successfully leveraging information architecture with a keen understanding of emerging technologies, market dynamics, customer needs, pragmatic implementation approaches and financial viability. She has over 20 years of experience leading research and development, market requirements, user-accessible interface design and corporate strategy at both start-up and public companies, spanning enterprise search and discovery, security and compliance, data-driven marketing, Rich Internet Applications, data warehousing technologies and other products and services.
Jeannine is the architect of EIS’s SIX Metrics™ Framework for measuring search and taxonomy ecosystem impact on end user search experience, and is based on years of experience designing, developing and implementing search platforms and applications, both structured (relational and non-relational DBMSs and data warehouse platforms) and unstructured (semantic classification, NLP and visualization for Internet and document indexing, search and discovery). Her work with metrics goes back to the early ‘90s as a charter member of the Quality Assurance Institute.
She is also the architect behind EIS's Content Choreography™, a methodology and framework for planning, composing, organizing and publishing content and creative assets for dynamic presentation and search using taxonomy and metadata.
With over 30 successful product launches, Jeannine has held senior roles leading technology and marketing teams in areas as diverse as Intel & Defense search, discovery and collaboration systems, Internet media and portals, data and web application security, data warehousing and replication and large-scale performance and test systems. Jeannine is the author of a US patent for cooperative processing and escalation in data- and application-layer security, holds a Top Secret security clearance, and was a Trustee Merit Scholar at Austin College.