Michael Bartmon Computer Services LLC (MBCS) is a full-service computer consulting, programming and support company that has been providing computer solutions for businesses for over
30 years. MBCS offers pre-programmed systems for residential property management, general bookkeeping and payroll, as well as customized applications for a wide range of industries. The company also offers a comprehensive system support service that ensures a business computer hardware and software, whether stand-alone or networked, always performs at its best and relieves office personnel from having to deal with complicated computer system issues.
Michael Bartmon himself is considered an expert in small to large-scale computer systems; from PCs to mainframes. He is an accomplished and proven programmer and technician with demonstrated expertise in business procedures and computer integration. Michael is also considered to be a gifted teacher who can provide office personnel with all of the training needed to help a business get the most out of its computer system.
Mikes corporate computer experience was gained at Merrill Lynch, IBM and Prudential Securities as well as some smaller companies. He has been deeply involved in full life-cycle development and is responsible for building mission-critical applications from the specification phase through development, implementation and support.
As a First Vice President, Senior Group Project Manager at Prudential he built a firm-wide check processing system utilizing client-server technology (UNIX front-end, mainframe back-end). He also was instrumental in implementing the UNIX to mainframe SNA communications for the firms branch office information system.
Mike has consulted for manufacturing, service, mail-order and distribution companies, as well as others. He has provided basic accounting software as well as highly specialized order processing, list rental processing, payroll, and property management systems. He has installed computers and networking hardware and software and trained non-computer people to operate all of the systems he has installed.
As both a consultant and a corporate systems person, Mike has worked with business owners, executives, programmers and clerical personnel. He is able to take a wish-list and turn it into a system.
Mike has also worked in the New York City school system as a teacher of reading and math before going on to be an instructor of electronic and computer technology for the New York City Manpower Training program. He most recently taught a course in the C programming language at Baruch College.
Amateur radio occupies a large portion of Mikes non-working time. He takes the public service aspect of the hobby seriously and provides emergency communications during disasters such as the World Trade Center tragedy and Hurricane Floyd. He also participates as a radio communications volunteer in the NYC Marathon, the Mayors Christmas Party at JFK, the Multiple Sclerosis Walkathon as well as many other public events. He was appointed ARES (Amateur Radio Emergency Services) Assistant Emergency Coordinator for Staten Island in October 2001.
Mike received a BA in English, with a minor in Education, from Queens College where he also did graduate work in Education.