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Bill Broddy m-edp
Bill assists major organizations across North America with regulatory best practices, market planning, and implementation of electronic document delivery applications. Bill brings over 30 years’ experience with electronic document enabling and delivery. He is an EDP Commissioner and Course Instructor for the Canadian EDP Certification Program. Xplor, the Electronic Document Systems Association, recognized his leadership and expertise in 2004 with their most prestigious award “Xplorer of the Year”.
William J. ‘Bill’ McCalpin, m-edp mit lit cdia+
Bill has more than 30 years’ experience in the fields of software development and consulting, in both technical and management positions. Prior to his current role, he was General Manager of Xplor International, and was Vice-President of Product Marketing at Xenos. Bill has been active in professional education for many years, having developed and delivered courses on technical subjects in the US and Europe. In addition, he and Interquest jointly produced a video program entitled “Basic Concepts of Electronic Printing”. Bill was the first person in the world to simultaneously hold the EDP from Xplor, the MIT and LIT from AIIM, and the CDIA from CompTIA, and was the only such person for nearly four years. He received the m-edp (Master Electronic Document Professional) designation from Xplor in 2010.
Nigel is an industrial chemist who worked in the security printing industry for 15 years before founding Exchequer Print Security with Russell Thurlow in 1999. His experience covers cheque book systems, travellers cheques, postage stamps, credit cards and a range of secure document types. He has been active in developing paper standards for cheques with Standards Australia, and on new standards for MICR printing and Design Specifications for cheques and deposits with the Australian Payments Clearing Association. As President and later the International Director of Xplor, he developed a worldwide understanding of the electronic document industry and security printing.
Russell's security-printing career spans more than 40 years. Commencing with Barclays Bank in London, he pioneered MICR cheque printing, and then moved to Australia in a senior R&D role with the major commercial security printer. Through the 1980's Russell championed the development of laser technology for MICR printing culminating with its acceptance and approval by APCA. Over a 20 year period Russell has been involved in many trade associations, both in Australia and overseas. He was instrumental in creating the first cheque paper standard in Australia and has been very active with Standards Australia, the Australian Payment Clearing Association, Xplor International and the Security Printers Association. In 1999 Exchequer Print Security was founded with Russell and Nigel Taylor as directors and shareholders. Russell continues to represent the security printing industry's interests on APCA committees, and presents to industry forums on related topics.