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Your Go Quickbase team:

Ted Triebull

Owner, PMP

Ted has over 12 years of Project Management experience, 10 years of Quick Base® Development experience, a BS in Business Management from the University of Phoenix, is a former Intuit employee, and started Go Quickbase in 2005 after seeing a need in the marketplace for talented Quick Base® Developers.

David May

Sales and Development

David is a management veteran with over 15 years of business development experience working in a variety of markets and roles. He is personally involved in sales, marking, operations, and development. As a contributor to our team, he focuses on finding solutions for for you the customer. Dave began developing for Go Quickbase in 2011

Jim Bernard

Development Key Accounts

Jim started in the Information Technology field 11 years ago, earned an extensive Customer Service background, managed a National Retail Store location, has an excellent Visual Talent, given his Art/Graphic Design experience, and also began developing for Go Quickbase in 2006.

James Bernard

Development Programer

James has over 25 years experience in Information Technology, extensive database, programming, and custom-code integration knowledge and experience, has worked for companies like IBM, Intuit, ArtiSoft and other technology companies, and began developing for Go Quickbase in 2006.