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Over 800,000 of the world's 3 million ATMs are NCR machines.
As the architect of NCR's visionary strategy to lead the omni-channel revolution, Bill is driving strategic investments in mobile, cloud, big data, and the Internet of Things in order to provide solutions that help today's enterprises respond to disruptive changes in globalization, digitization, consumerism, and technology. NCR enables over 600 million transactions per day and is a
Bill's vision to build a best-in-class global organization has not gone unnoticed. He has been heralded by government officials and news organizations for creating STEM jobs across the globe and is currently in the process of creating a world-class corporate headquarters and innovation hub that is becoming the Silicon Valley of the east. Throughout his tenure, NCR has been recognized for its humanitarian contributions with the Red Cross Good Neighbor Award and its commitment to employee training and development with the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) BEST Award. And in 2016 Forbes Magazine named NCR one of America's Best Employers.
Prior to joining NCR as CEO in 2005, Bill served as president and CEO of Symbol Technologies. He led a challenging and highly successful turnaround of Symbol, returning the company to profitability for the first time in five years, and increasing revenue growth by 24% from 2002 to 2004. In 2005, he was recognized as the "Best Turnaround Executive" by the American Business Awards. Bill joined Symbol following more than 10 years at Cisco Systems.
Bill is a frequent speaker at high-profile business and technology events. He also is an established enterprise and business policy leader in Washington, D.C., where he founded a CEO policy forum on tax reform and competitiveness. He also spoke at the White House Forum on "Strategy for American Innovation."
Bill is a member of the Georgia Institute of Technology advisory board, a Long Island University trustee and serves on the board of directors for United Continental Holdings and Coach, Inc. In 2015 he was named Atlanta Business Chronicle's Most Admired CEO.
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