Co-founded Dexter Systems in 1987 and became CEO in 2005. He has over thirty years experience as a system architect, developer and technology executive. Bill has led or participated in the design and delivery of over 100 applications for the telecommunications industry, including a number of carrier-class, high availability, mission-critical systems. He has a long track record of building, managing and retaining highly technical teams serving the most demanding clients.

Bill started his career at Automation Systems Inc. where he developed electronics and embedded software for industrial laser inspection equipment. He has been awarded two US patents relating to electronic commerce and telecommunication networks, and is an active member of the NYTECH CEO Roundtable.

Bill holds an AB degree in Engineering and Applied Science from Harvard University, and was cross registered at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology during his undergraduate years. He has completed coursework in an Executive Education program (Strategy and Innovation) at the MIT Sloan School of Management.

is a Director of Systems Technology at Dexter Systems. He has over 20 years of professional experience developing and deploying software solutions in a number of demanding technical environments, from scientific research institutions to the UK emergency services (police, fire, ambulance) to some of the world’s leading telecommunications companies.

Andy is the lead developer and architect of Dexter’s Datastorm framework, which collects data from any legacy data store and makes that information available to Dexter’s next-generation application core through a set of modern, platform-independent interfaces, enabling flexible solutions to be rapidly delivered to clients.

Andy holds a BSc and PhD in Physics from the University of Nottingham (UK).