比尔于1985年加入哥斯兰，协助客户在各种技术，营销和战略角色。其中包括开发和执行营销和销售计划，代表投资者和公司委员会，战略联盟，公司和产品剥离的业务和战略审计。Bill held executive positions in software development and marketing before joining Corum, including National Marketing Manager for Accountant's Microsystems, Inc. (AMI), the nation’s largest supplier of vertical market software to professional accountants, and Vice President of R&D for Alpine Datasystems, a large Digital Equipment VAR. In 1990, Bill co-founded Pacific Software Group, a business to business software telemarketing company, and shortly thereafter founded Northwest Construction Software, a developer of estimating and marketing for remodeling contractors. Bill was also President of Firefly Software Systems, developers of EDOS, one of PC Magazine’s Top Five Windows add-ons for 1993. Prior to rejoining Corum in April of 1997, Bill was Vice President of Product Development for Informedics, a public company offering software applications to physicians’ offices, clinical laboratories and a FDA regulated, medical device software application for hospital blood banks. Bill is located in Sublimity, OR and has a degree in Sociology from Portland State University.