About Me

My name is Brian Reiter and I am the co-founder of WolfeReiter, LLC, a software firm based in Washington, DC. We offer a cloud-based hybrid CRM/Applicant tracking and workforce planning product called PeopleMatrix. PeopleMatrix is used by a wide range of organizations including Cardno, Nestle USA, The International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX), J.E. Austin Associates, PriceWaterHouseCoopers and USAID GH Tech. We also use the PeopleMatrix engine and other technologies to build custom-tailored business systems. I’ve worked on the design and implementation of networked business systems for businesses such as AARP, Bayer AG, Bristol-Meyers Sqibb, Chemonics International, Coca-Cola, Comcast, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Fox News, National Geographic, and Novonordisk among others. I’ve also worked on a number of USAID and U.S. Department of State projects designing and implementing networked systems in Afghanistan, Bosnia, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Mali, Senegal and a few others as well as some world-wide systems including the 2nd generation “Global Technology Network”, 2nd generation “Microfinance Results Reporting”, President Obama’s “Mandela Fellowship” enrollment and selection systems.


I have a lot of experience making networking work in difficult environments in the Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. In the late 1990s, I built the first ever wide-area network over secure VPN in Senegal that connected offices in multiple cities: Dakar, Thies, Tambacounda, Kolda and Ziguinchor.

I’ve worked professionally with Windows, Unix and Linux platforms; databases primarily in Oracle and SQL Server; imperative languages including C, C#, Java, Objective-C, Visual Basic, Perl, Bourne Shell and PowerShell; Web servers including Apache, IIS, Sun ONE and Tomcat; deployments on bare metal, VMWare, Xen and AWS. I’m not a designer but I’m fully web buzzword compliant with the alphabet soup of  HTML, XHTML, CSS, XML, JavaScript, JSON, AJAX and whatnot. I like ASPNet MVC on .NET and Spring MVC in Java. I’m interested in cryptography and secure communications. I’m currently exploring Go.

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