Frank C. Fillmore, Jr. is the Founder and President of The Fillmore Group, Inc., an IBM Business Partner specializing in Information Management. Prior to founding the company in 1987 Frank was a Database Administrator and Professor in the Robert G. Merrick School of Business at the University of Baltimore teaching courses, including Relational Database Fundamentals.
Frank’s company delivers technical services to clients worldwide. In addition to pure database consulting, The Fillmore Group became an IBM Technical Education Services (ITES) partner in 1994. Currently The Fillmore Group participates in the IBM Authorized Training Partner program and delivers courses in their Towson, Maryland classroom. Frank is certified to teach over fifteen IBM Information Management courses.
A knowledgeable and engaging speaker, Frank has presented at regional and national IDUG events and served on the Experts Panel at IDUG Europe. In 1999 he was honored by IBM’s invitation to become a DB2 Gold Consultant, and enjoys sharing information on DB2 enhancements “in the works” that he learns about at the annual Gold Conference, typically scheduled the week before the Information on Demand Conference in Las Vegas.
Frank’s areas of expertise include replication and high availability, Infosphere, DB2 Server for VSE&VM, IBM Content Manager and technical Project Management. Frank oversees a staff of full-time employees and manages consulting services delivered by his colleagues in the DB2 Gold Consultants program.
An avid sports fan, Frank is loyal to his hometown Baltimore teams. Go O’s! Go Ravens!
Kim is the Vice President of Business Development for The Fillmore Group where she manages marketing efforts including events, conferences and the TFG website, works with geographically diverse clients to define engagement requirements and to negotiate realistic delivery expectations, and maintains relationships with key IBM and Business Partner services contacts.
Kim’s experience includes operations and sales management of a Microsoft training center. Her interest in enabling technical education as a means of promoting new product adoption includes coordination of The Fillmore Group’s IBM Authorized Training Partner (ATP) relationship as well as serving as Membership Director for the Baltimore/Washington DB2 Users Group, a regional users group affiliated with the International DB2 Users Group (IDUG), and volunteering on the Maryland Governor’s Workforce Investment Board.
Kim prefers reading to sports.