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Narasimha Murty Yanamadala

Education

Master of Computer Applications, Nagarjuna University, Nagarjuna nagar, Guntur India,
2002

Projects

TAP3 DataGen Tool

Thesis

The Transferred Account Procedure or TAP is a standard among GSM Carriers to
exchange roaming billing information (these carriers are also Referred to as Public Land
Mobile Carriers (PLMN)). If a roaming Agreement is set up between two operators (PLMN
A and PLMN B) then Each operator will allow each other’s mobile subscribers to "roam" in
their Network. When this occurs, any call records raised by the roaming Subscriber
making or receiving a call are processed by the VPLMN (Visiting PLMN) billing system
and passed to the HPLMN (Home PLMN) billing system in the form of a TAP record and
vice versa. All the Real time scenarios were written into test cases.
• A TAP file contains call data including information:
• For guiding to the customer’s service instance
• For determining the service used.
• About the number of chargeable units about exchange rates and tax rates used

Affiliations
Member in British council

Experience Summary

Areas

• Area
- Financial Services
- Mainframe System programming
Computers Worked on

Computer System Programming Languages Special Software

IBM S3090 COBOL, JCL, PL/I, CICS, File Aid, Expeditor, CA-7,
IDMS, ADSO, REXX CA-1, ADSO Alive, Visual
Source Safe
Career Profile

Since Jan 2006 Tata Consultancy Services

Title ADMI

Period Since Jan 2006

Client Name Informatics Colruyt, Halle, Belgium

Position Programmer Analyst

Responsibilities Requirement Analysis, Design, Coding, Testing and Implementation

Project Technical Profile

Carried out the following activities:
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Hardware S3090

Operating System Z/OS

Languages PL/I, REXX, CICS, IDMS

Special Software Control-M, MQ Series

Project Location Tata Consultancy Services, Chennai, India
Feb 2005- Dec 2005 Patni Computer Systems

Title Remittance

Period Feb 2005 – Dec 2005

Client Name GE Card Services, Shelton, USA

Position Programmer Analyst

Responsibilities Requirement Analysis, Design, Coding, Testing & Implementation.

Project technical profile

GECS is in the business of providing credit-card and other related financial services to
leading retailers across the US and Canada. These services span the entire range of own-
label credit card processing services ranging from receiving and processing credit-card
applications to generating invoices and processing accounts receivable.

When a customer pays his credit card bill (after receiving his statement), for the
purchase he has made over the last month that is called payments and it comes to
remittance. In Remittance, we process and send it to Receivables for posting into
customer’s accounts. The objective of Remittance offshore support is to assist the client in
maintenance/enhancements of the Remittance application. In case of introduction of new
client or change in the existing system, Remittance offshore team is to assist the client in
setting up the test environment and testing the data received from the new client and the
application.

Carried out the following activities:
• Requirement Analysis
• Onsite and Offshore Project Co-ordination
• Design
• Coding
• Maintenance
• Implementation
• Preparation of Unit and integration Test Plan
• Configuration Management and Quality Assurance (at
Offshore)

Hardware S3090

Operating System Z/OS

Languages COBOL, JCL, IDMS, VSAM

Special Software Visual Source Safe

Project Location Patni Computer Systems, Chennai, India
Dec 2003–Jan 2005 Patni Computer Systems

Title Mexico VRG Enhancements

Period Dec 2003 – Jan 2005

Client Name GE Fleet Services, Minneapolis, USA

Position Programmer Analyst

Responsibilities Requirement Analysis, Design, Coding, Testing & Implementation
GE-Capital Fleet Services (GE-CFS) is in the business of leasing vehicles to corporate,
and providing all related services over the life cycle of the vehicles. In other words
corporate can outsource their complete fleet management requirements to GE-CFS. GE-
CFS hence acts as a one-stop shop for all fleet requirements of its customers.
Mexico VRG project was one of the most critical projects in business point of view. This
project involved enhancement of the Vehicle remarketing system (VRG) for Mexico
business. It dealt with the automation of the remarketing system for Mexico business.
Currently this facility is available only to the US and Canadian users. The primary
objective of this project is to extend the remarketing facility to the Mexico Users.
The work involved:
• Requirement Analysis
• Design
• Coding
• Maintenance
• Unit and Integration Testing
• Implementation
• Defect Prevention
• Unit Acceptance Testing Support
• Production Roll out

Hardware S3090

Operating System Z/OS

Languages COBOL, JCL, IDMS, ADSO, VSAM

Special Software File Aid, Expeditor, Visual Source Safe

Project Location Patni Computer Systems, Chennai, India

Training Attended

Year Title Location Organised by

2003 • IBM Mainframe Training Trivandrum ER & DCI
2004 • Defect Prevention Chennai Patni Computer
• Configuration Management Systems.
• Green Belt Six Sigma Training
• Team Work
• Business Communications
• Software Reviews
• Software Testing
• QMS briefing for Team Member

2005 • Assertive communication Chennai Patni Computer
• Time management. Systems

Certifications
• IBM DB2 Universal Database V8.1 Family fundamentals Certification

• Green Belt Certification in Six Sigma by Patni

• Brain bench JCL certification

• Brain bench COBOL certification

Personal Details
Date of Birth August 16, 1979

Sex Male

Nationality Indian

Marital Status Unmarried

Number of Children NA

Date of Joining 18 Jan, 2006

Designation Assistant System Engineer

Location Chennai

Passport Details F1201099
Issued at place on date
Valid up to date

Driving License Nil
Details Nil