Chief Enterprise Architect
Paul Morin is Edict Incorporated’s Chief Enterprise Architect. He has over 15 years of experience in application and network design, application development, system implementation, project management and system administration.
Paul is a founding member of Edict’s development team that has been creating enterprise class, web-based applications on the Microsoft platform since 1994. Paul is also skilled in advanced networking techniques that allow Edict to maintain a highly available, secure data center that hosts global applications for Fortune 500 companies.
Outside of his experience with Edict, Paul has been a Software Architect with Compuware Corporation’s subsidiary Covisint where, along with his application design role, he spent considerable time working with the product delivery group on global application rollouts. Paul has also been the managing partner of a successful software startup and was instrumental in growing a family-based manufacturing company to reach its acquisition exit strategy goal.
Paul’s time in the manufacturing industry along with his degree in industrial management built a solid foundation of process management that lead to an interest in information technology after designing and implementing a custom ERP package to automate his companies’ raw materials purchasing and shop floor scheduling. Building on this experience, Paul began developing other office automation applications which lead to his tenure at Edict where he began working on enterprise applications in the staffing industry, automating HR procurement with one of the first supplier accessible web-based applications launched by a leading automotive manufacturer. Paul has also created applications in the electronic messaging space that aggregated many messaging standards into a single, scalable message routing device that allowed suppliers to efficiently communicate with multiple customers. Additional Edict development projects include applications in the Lean Manufacturing, Market Research and Risk Management industries.
Automotive Industry Action Group’s (AIAG)
Outstanding Achievement Award 2003.
Paul earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Industrial Management from Lawrence Technological University.