|Daniels Business School, University of Denver, MBA||1983|
|CU Boulder, BA||1978|
Passionate Leader | Change Agent | Pragmatic Futurist
INTRODUCTION Bill Taylor’s distinguished career includes roles as Board Member, President, Vice President, and Commissioner. His achievements include helping companies strengthen and reposition their brands by developing new solutions and markets outside traditional comfort zones.
Strategic planning, successful business plan implementation, market and product line lifecycle management, positioning and segmentation, and organization development are among his greatest strengths.
Mr. Taylor is fluent in mobile technology, cloud architecture, video systems, telecommunications, marketing platforms (cloud, mobile, social), and software applications in commercial and consumer markets.
His clients and former employers are Global leaders in Consumer Electronics, Information Management Systems, Video Surveillance, and Retail Information Systems, and include such companies as Panasonic, Motorola, Philips, Sightlogix, McDonald’s, Aldi, France Telecom, Orange, Rogers, Comcast, Verizon.
Mr. Taylor has and continues to serve on a number of for-profit and non-profit boards and commissions, including Drexel University, Security Industry Association, TechAmerica Cloud Commission. He has also presented to the the Federal Communications Commission, on trends in consumer devices at the Telephone Network Transition Workshop.
BRAGGING RIGHTS Received 2012 Chairman’s Award from the Security Industry Association for work done on Executive Conference Series | Led development and introduction of first cloud service model for Panasonic | Led development of first RFID-enabled shelving, digital signage, and integrated merchandising systems for Philips & Home Depot | First to introduce commercial digital imaging applications for Eastman Kodak, including award-winning ecosystem partner programs | Received Dept. of Commerce Distinguished Authorship Award for analytics systems developed for NOAA’s atmospheric geophysical data collection program