StarComm's Internet development division designs, develops, hosts and markets web sites for business-to-business transactions, specializing in the areas of online collaboration, marketing, learning, and productivity.
Bill's primary focus is to advise clients on how to maximize their use of Internet technologies to achieve measurable business results. Through his popular presentations:
How to Be Brilliant Using the Internet Driver's Ed for the Information Superhighway Doing Business on the Internet
Bill has shown thousands of people across the United States how to use technology to learn and work more effectively.
Prior to his current position with StarComm, Bill developed and delivered technical training programs, researched and reported on industry trends at national conferences, and created leading edge technology demonstrations as Internet Program Manager of Worldwide Training for Apple Computer. Before that, Bill coordinated training and consulting services for 13,000 administrative and academic users at Drexel University, where he also served as the lead technical liaison between the University and Adobe, Apple Computer, Claris/FileMaker, Microsoft, Radius, and Symantec. He also researched, created, and taught graduate courses in the College of Information Science and Technology.
Bill is an active member of the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD)and the National Speakers Association (NSA). Bill presented at NSA's Technology Skills Lab, has served as editor of the Technology Corner of Professional Speaker magazine (1998-2000), and is chair of the Technology Advisory Board.
In 1995, McGraw Hill/Osborne published LAN Times Guide to Telephony. Bill contributed writing, research, and review to this telecommunications and networking reference book for MIS mangers, phone system administrators, and programmers. The book was skillfully edited by the indomitable David Bezar.
In 1997, Allyn & Bacon released TechEdge: Using Computers to Present and Persuade. It won acclaim from both Toastmasters International and the National Speakers Association. TechEdge is the "how to" book for using technology as a speaker, and is part of the 10-volume The Essence of Public Speaking series, masterfully edited by Bill Thompson.
Since then, Bill Ringle has been published in over 120 professional journals, magazines, and online news/learning sites, including the prestigious youachieve.com business skills learning source used by American Express, Disney, Fluor Daniel, Land's End, US Postal Service, and Wal-Mart, among many others.