Archive for 2017

Two month contract in Seattle for Quest Stat consultant with both Oracle eBS and Peoplesoft implementation experience. Will evaluate current implementation of Stat for improvements and efficiencies, recommend best practices.

Basic requirements include:
* Expertise with Quest software
* Prior experience with both Oracle eBS and Peoplesoft implementation

* Experience with Stat in BI Publisher, OBIEE environments

All MACRO.CCS employees accrue paid PTO; all full time employees are eligible for Medical, Dental, Vision, and Long Term Disability insurance benefits.

We are an Affirmative Action/EEO Employer who values workplace diversity.

Raghavendra Prasad

MACRO.CCS Project Manager

2016 Consultant of the Year

As project manager for King County’s first major upgrade of the Oracle EBS system since go live in 2012, Prasad managed:

1.      Phase 1 – Application Upgrade – completed on time and under budget with existing King County resources (not a systems integrator).

2.      Phase 2 – Hardware Replacement. This involved implementation of new Oracle engineered systems for both the EBS system and the new Oracle Business Intelligence (BI) system as well as establishing new services, roles and responsibilities with a managed services provider. This complex project required coordination and collaboration of three County teams as well as two external service providers.

Carmel Call, Raghavendra Prasad, Marjie Peterson

Each year MACRO.CCS honors consultants nominated by our clients for their outstanding performance. From our recent awards ceremony:



Jon Craig stepped into the Department of Education and Early Learning in the summer 2015 tasked with helping them upgrade and migrate a critical line-of-business application which was nearing end-of-life.  Jon successfully  upgraded the database from SQL 2000 to 2012 and the web environment to Visual Studio 2013; coordinated testing and released the stabilized application in time for fall registration.  DEEL asked Jon to continue to support their on-going technology needs as they implement a new application which will support their changing business requirements.

Jon has been a MACRO.CCS employee since 2005, providing development support to eight departments at the City of Seattle during this time.  This is his second MACROSTAR award.


Caption: Marjie Peterson; Jon Craig, Taylor Oden, and Vickie Stovall


MACROSTAR AWARD – Floyd Unger, MACRO.CCS IT Quality Assurance Analyst

Recognizing Floyd for his work at Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections.


Caption: Danielle Priest, Project Manager – Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections; Floyd Unger; Marjie Peterson; Vickie Stovall


MACROSTAR AWARD – Jacqui Evanchik, MACRO.CCS Developer

Recognizing Jacqui for implementing the upgrade to the City of Seattle’s retirement and pension system.

Claire Foster, Project Manager – Seattle City Employees Retirement Systems; Jacqui Evanchik; Marjie Peterson, President, MACRO.CCS


MACROSTAR AWARD – Pascal Buhler, MACRO.CCS Functional Analyst

In recognition of Pascals’ contribution to the UW Workday Implementation project.


Wendy Rittereiser, Implementation Project Manager, University of Washington; Pascal Buehler; Marjie Peterson, President, MACRO.CCS