Bill Ross

Principal Consultant

+64 4 499 9450

Bill is a Principal Consultant with broad technical IT experience and a specialist focus on software architecture and software development processes. He provides independent advice to our clients to help them make the best technical, architectural and development approach decisions for their needs. With over 25 years of IT experience he is known and trusted by our clients to pragmatically help them achieve the IT direction and results that they need.

He has considerable experience in helping our clients with:

  • Solution architecture
  • Enterprise architecture
  • Software design
  • DevOps
  • Agile architecture
  • Software development process improvement
  • Technical and software quality assurance
  • Object oriented analysis and design
  • Unified modelling language.

Bill has held IT leadership roles both at Equinox IT and other organisations and has broad industry experience including banking, government, education, energy and utilities, defence and transport.

"Making the right technical decisions today is much harder. The range of technologies and solutions is vast. The architecture of those technologies is more complex. Generally, more suppliers are involved and each intends to not take the blame when technology goes wrong. My role is to help clients work through this technology and architectural complexity to make the right decisions for their needs, today and into the future."

Bill is also one of Equinox IT's certified instructors, delivering training courses on solution architecture, agile architecture and DevOps.

He holds the DASA DevOps Fundamentals Certification and is a DASA Ambassador for New Zealand. He is also a Certified ScrumMaster and TOGAF Certified Practitioner. He has a Bachelor of Business Studies in Information Systems and a National Computer Centre Certificate in Systems Analysis and Design.

Outside of work Bill has a grown up family and enjoys tramping and bush walks, astronomy, and reading about the history and philosophy of science.




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