Treloar, owner of Treloar Associates, has been involved in computer
technology for over 30 years. He began as a Systems Analyst at The
Prudential and has grown with the industry to include programming,
database design and development, training, Internet services, and IT
management. His wide business experience ranges from the healthcare
industry to labor organizations, from the insurance industry to
manufacturing, from municipal governments to local school systems,
and from multi-billion dollar corporations to sole proprietorships.
Bill is the founder and former president of the New York Enterprise
Developer User Group, has taught Systems Analysis and Design at the
college level, and is widely published in technical periodicals for
database application developers.
Bill has been developing DataEase applications
since the mid-1980s, and is affiliated with
PLM Consulting of
Wilmington, DE., one of the most prestigious DataEase consulting
firms in the country.
Bill holds a Bachelor's degree in psychology, an
MBA in Management and the life insurance industry's
designation. He has been a member of both the Corporate Advisory
Board of the
Technology Managers Forum and the
Association. Currently, he is a member of
International, on the Board of Directors of the
Hanover Area Chamber
of Commerce, and a member of
Treloar Associates is a virtual consultancy
with a broad network of affiliated computer consultants,
Internet developers, and database application developers in NJ, the
New York City area, internationally. We are small enough to give
personal attention but large enough to provide a wide range of
We're fortunate to have had wide ranging experience managing
non-technical organizations as well as IT organizations.
We've learned that computers and systems don't solve
business problems; people solve those problems.
Information systems facilitate solutions by helping and
supporting the people who make the organization run.
That's why we focus on communication: speaking with you in
plain English. Our goal is first to understand you and your
needs, and then to make the technology contribute effectively to