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Michael Kerr, President|
Jeffrey Schneider, Executive VP of Research & Development
Michel Richez, Executive VP of Business Development
Andrew Brooks, Programming Manager
Rachel Koenke, Operations Manager
|FACILITY||OSC houses its corporate offices, scanning and processing operations at 170 Earle Avenue in Lynbrook, New York.|
|PATENTS||Patent No. 5,229,589 (July 20, 1993)|
The United States Patent Office issued a patent for the system invented by Jeffrey Schneider in 1993. Patent pending in Canada and in major countries all over the world.
As former Director of Technology and Information Services at Long Beach Public Schools from 1999-2011, Michel Richez’s responsibilities included overseeing instructional and administrative technology, telecommunications, security systems, and NYS and Federal assessment reports. Between July, 2011 through August, 2013, Michel was Director of Business Operations & Development for A+ Technology & Security Solutions Inc., responsible for daily operation oversight and support, as well as customer issues, employee productivity, and developing business partnerships. As Executive Vice President of Business Development at OSC, Michel is responsible for our core business, market research sales and relationships, as well as our developing our education division.
A 1989 graduate of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and computer programmer for ABR Corporation from 1990 – 1995, Andrew Brooks brought a wealth of expertise and experience to OSC when he joined the company in December, 1995. He quickly proved to be an asset to the company, assisting in the conversion of the FAQSS application software from DOS to Windows. His intimate knowledge of the FAQSS software, problem solving and leadership abilities enabled Andrew to assume responsibilities as Senior Developer. In that capacity, Andrew supervises the Computer Programming Division, as well as the Help Desk. Andrew assisted in the isolation of Image Mark Recognition (IMR) engine for the 2010 Census and is currently assisting in the development of EASE (Educational Assessment Scoring Environment), OSC’s proprietary electronic scoring technology.
Rachel Koenke began her employment at OSC in 1995 as a data entry clerk, while still a student at Hofstra University. As the company expanded, so did Rachel’s responsibilities. Her people skills and clear understanding of the inner working of the software enabled Rachel to move easily between the technical and customer service departments, and made her a valuable asset at OSC. Rachel handles every task with the professionalism our clients need and the personal attention they deserve.