Leadership

  • Founder

    Bill Thursby

    William ("Bill") Thursby is the Founder of Thursby Software. Before founding the company in 1986, he was with Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC), where he held various North American and international management roles, and at Texas Instruments (TI). He holds BS in Physiology and MS in Computer Science degrees from Michigan State University. Bill is a passionate aviation enthusiast.
  • President

    Bill Thursby

    Steve Dunlap is the President of Thursby Software. Before leading Thursby, Steve was with Apptricity where he led combined business development, program management and sales. He led business initiatives within the U.S. government, asset tracking and fleet logistics, spanning mobile and web solutions. He oversaw a team of software engineers, QA, account management and program management, operating through partnerships with Accenture, L-3 Communications, CACI, SAIC, Booz-Allen, Motorola and others. Prior to Apptricity, Steve was at L-3 Communications, Textron, Siemens, Covad Communications and E-Systems.
  • CTO

    Paul Nelson

    Paul Nelson is the Chief Technology Officer for Thursby Software. He recently celebrated 25 years with the company. Prior to joining, Paul held engineering roles with RDA and Boeing. He holds a BS degree in Physics from Michigan State University. Paul is an off road vehicle aficionado and involved in a number of charitable initiatives.
  • Director of Support

    Carl Ketterling

    Carl Ketterling is the head of support for Thursby Software. Prior to joining the company, he held a similar role at Alisa Systems. He holds various technical certifications and a BA degree in Mathematics from Eastern Montana College. Carl has a passion for solving problems and helping clients. He is also an off road vehicle devotee.

Thursby is a Limited Liability Corporation and US Government General Services Administration (GSA) schedule holder.

Click here for a summary of our over quarter century year history, from the early days of personal computing and networking with Macs, Ethernet and X terminals to the latest mobile-cloud-security, with product lines for organizations from the Pentagon, to Johns Hopkins, to the Discovery Channel and BMW, to individuals (BYOD) and OEM licensing by major technology corporations (whose terms preclude publicity).