Wagger Designs, a company based in Northern Virginia, was established with the goal of providing clients with the best possible internal and external online business solutions. Our professional consulting background in the public, private, government, and corporate sectors has bestowed us with the creative experience to express business ideas and interact with the widest audience possible in your industry.
Founded in 2009, we are a small firm with four core members and a diverse network of trusted consultants and consulting support professionals.
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Owner, Chief Executive Officer
While Emily comes from a fine arts background, she made her mark on the world as a enterprise Business Intelligence Expert. After publishing the only expert guide on the market for Oracle’s Hyperion Interactive Reporting, she decided to take on a new challenge. Nodding back to her fine arts background, she combined that with the business process management sense and project management consulting skills she picked up consulting to large commercial customers and government agencies. She then set out to start a full-service technology consulting firm to help small business get the tech they need to be successful and Wagger Designs was born.
Likes: Photography, Doctor Who, DIY Projects, Typography
Chief Technical Officer
Jake Vose is a cross-platform, cross-technology development conultant specializing in problem solving and process automation. His natural curiosity continuously feeds his expansive base of technical knowledge.
Jake studied Java and specialized in Artificial Intelligence at the State University of New York at Oswego. He has since consultated and lead development projects leveraging a multitude of devices, operating systems, application tiers, communication protocols, and programming languages to deliver the technology need to make businesses go.
Jake gets all fired up over idenifying clear and concise solutions to seemingly complex problems, and making QA testers’ lives as boring as possible.
Likes: Tinkering, Card and Board Games, Satire, Walking