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The People

Over the last six years, Galleon Software has built a tightly integrated crew of talented software developers with diverse backgrounds and a well rounded set of skills.

Colin Biggin, President
Colin earned a Bachelor of Mathematics from the University of Waterloo. He has worked for such companies as IBM and Northern Telecom, and was the first full-time programmer hired by SoftArc, Inc. in 1991. Together with Scott Appleton, he founded Galleon Software in March 1996.

Scott Appleton, Vice-president of development
While working at SoftArc, Inc. as a software developer, Scott earned a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computer Science from the University of Toronto.

Roy Schulze, Director of Communications
Roy earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto in Computer Science and Geography. He began his career as an applications programmer but soon moved into technical writing and graphic design. He was manager of Documentation and Design at SoftArc, Inc. but left to join Galleon Software in October of 1996.

John Bell, Senior Developer
John earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto in Computer Science and Mathematics. He started working for Galleon Software as a software developer in 1999.

Maury Markowitz, Senior Developer
Maury earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Laurentian University. He began his career at SoftArc, Inc. in customer support and quality assurance, moved into software development in 1995, and has worked with Galleon Software on a number of projects.

Randy MacCarthy, Intermediate Developer
Randy earned a Bachelor of Applied Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Waterloo. He joined Galleon Software for a co-op work term in April of 2000.