Ed Delaney

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Ed Delaney is the Chief Solutions Architect for Stratice Healthcare.

With over 30 years as a software engineer, Delaney has extensive experience in developing large scale enterprise solutions for a variety of industries.  He as been a Software Development manager, college instructor, technical team leader, public speaker, and mentor, helping development teams become effective agents for implementing solutions to business problems.

Before coming to Stratice, he was a software development team lead for Banner, the flagship enterprise solution for Higher Education from Ellucian.  While there, he helped lead an international development effort to restructure and modernize the core products, which opened up markets around the world for the solution.  He also specialized in performance tuning of large scale Oracle database systems used by some of the largest universities in the US, including University of Illinois, University of California, Georgia Board of Regents, and Auburn University, as well as universities in Mexico, France, the UK, an United Arab Emerates.

He played a key role in translating business requirements into scalable solutions, and end user requirements into user friendly interfaces.  This broad command of modern multi-tiered architectures let him play a lead role in bringing a large legacy system into the modern era using the Grails development framework on the Java platform.

In a world of rapidly changing technologies, Delaney has used his people and technical skills to constantly reinvent himself and the solutions he supports. Throughout his career, Delaney has been the ‘go to’ technical resources for sales, marketing, support, development and management organizations.  Delaney is passionate about sharing his knowledge and learning every day. He has been a regular speaker at technical conferences, and has that uncommon ability to communicate successfully with both technical and non-technical associates.

Delaney has a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from The Evergreen University, and enjoys playing Irish music on his accordion and banjo in his spare time.