Nelson has successfully delivered numerous custom enterprise applications to global organizations such as J.P. Morgan, AT&T Capital, Newcourt Financial, Hydro International, Banco Central Hispano, Trans Union, National Leasing, Securcor Financial Group, Spartan Compliance Services, Roynat Capital, Bank of Nova Scotia, Pacific & Western Bank, Versa Bank, Aileron Capital, Beacon Trust, Stonebridge Financial, CWB Maxium Financial, etc..
He was also the creator of applications such as Credit-Link (automated credit adjudication & lease origination), Market-Link (data-mart & pivot tables), LOIS (end-of-lease management, collection & accounting) and CALMS (web-based version of all the above) in the leasing industry. In fact, Nelson Lin built Newcourt’s - and the market’s - first online credit adjudication software for the asset-based finance and leasing industry in Canada, as mentioned in the book ‘Unstoppable’ published 2014 by Beth Parker and endorsed by the Canadian Finance and Leasing Association (CFLA). In order to communicate with the remote mainframes of the credit bureaus, he has simulated asynchronous call before it even exists.
He graduated from the University of Western Ontario with an MBA and B.Sc. Honors in Computer Science, and is one of the first few professionals to have achieved both Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) and Solution Developer (MCSD) qualifications. Mr. Lin is also a certified Scrum Master, and was formerly trained on the Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF) project management methodology.
In 2005 Nelson patented a distinguished technology that forms the core of the low-code web application development platform Rintagi today. This is a proven platform that builds mission-critical custom enterprise applications that last. Rintagi has the ability to rejuvenate its applications from time to time with latest user interface, experience, and technology, most of the time with just the press of a button. Enterprise systems built by Rintagi over ten (10) years ago now run like native app on any mobile devices without rewriting.