Who is AIS? Who is AIS?
  
Applied Information Science


15 Aug 2000

Who is 
Duncan Dwelle

Clients

Software as Alchemy or Science?

Copyright  
1997-2000 
Applied
Information
Science

AIS was founded in 1975 by Duncan Dwelle as a general management consulting service for clients who benefit from his blend of practical executive leadership and technical design innovation. We have typically been involved with clients on strategic issues of information technology and operations structure.

Over the last ten years, AIS has worked extensively with software vendors by providing theoretical foundation, product design, and marketing strategy for many leading software design tools. Among those are CASEwise, ER/Studio, ERwin, InfoModeler, PowerDesigner, Silverrun, Synon, System Architect, and Uniface.

AIS has also been closely involved in developing e-commerce methods and systems requiring high degrees of automated integration with enterprise database applications.

Today AIS is a research and teaching vehicle for Duncan Dwelle in the pursuit of software as science, not alchemy.

Duncan Dwelle Management Services  
a California Corporation  
dba Applied Information Science International  
PMB 301, 1001 Bridgeway  
Sausalito, CA 94965 USA  
   
Phone 415-265-9090
Fax 415-888-2422
E-mail ddwelle@aisintl.com
URL http://www.aisintl.com
Representative Clients - Software Tools Vendors

Embarcadero Technologies 
Hewlett Packard
IBM 
Computer Associates (Logic Works)
Popkin Software and Systems
Sybase

Representative Clients - Trade

Case Corp.
Chrysler Motors
CompUSA
Esprit de Corp
SuperValu
Syncrude
Tenneco Energy
The Gap
US Steel
West Marine Products

Representative Clients - Service

Accuchex Corp.
Bank of America
Bay Area Air Quality Management District
Ceridian
Finova
IBM
Land Security
Mayo Foundation
Royal Insurance
SBT Accounting Systems
Systems Tax Service
US West
Walker Interactive Systems 

Representative Clients - Education & Public Sector

City of Milwaukee
San Francisco Opera
Southern California Edison 
State of Florida 
State of Utah
University of Rochester
Vanderbilt University