Michael Sterling, President
Education: B. A. in Economics from the University of Colorado, Boulder with a concentration in Mathematics and Programming.
Michael is an extremely directed individual driving QbizA forward in online application development. He has extensive experience in Senior Level Operational Management working for small companies as well as industry leaders including Ascent Media and NBC Universal, as well as the City of Denver, Colorado.
While at NBC Universal Michael oversaw and managed the development of QuickBase applications and partnered with the Operating Committee to modify and create systems to support new definitions and processes in developing and implementing systems and organizational structure of NBCU's vault recovery efforts.
Functioning as the Manager of Operations, Vault and Logistics at Ascent Media, he developed best practices to improve, reorganize, and restructure all aspects of multimedia vault operations in the US and UK.
As a Senior Developer for the City of Denver, Michael Served as project manager to design and create a SQL database for a new case management system interfacing with the Denver PD. He designed and managed the Internet and Intranet for the city and produced web-integrated programs.
"In my professional career I have always been drawn to emerging technologies as well as all aspects of operational management. I'm not surprised that I am involved in merging these two focuses developing the ultimate tool to help businesses manage their operational system needs with ease and access ability."
"Even as a child I was always curious, investigating new and different ways to find solutions for everything - I think it drove my mother crazy at times. I remember my Uncle gave me a book called The Way Things Work*. Unfortunately many of my first ideas, including an engine that ran on compressed gas, were already invented. But that just drove me more to find new solutions to old problems."
"This is an interesting time with an ever demanding business market where quick solutions are the key to success."