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CEO of Fishbowl, Co-Founder of Courage Above Mountains and The CAM Center. Chairman of Utah Valley University National Advisory Board. Board of Trustee Member for Rocky Mountain University
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Williams brings a unique fire, vision and passion to his position that empowers employees to accomplish more than casual observers might think possible. It is this unique leadership skill that has transformed a small struggling software development group into the industry leader Fishbowl has become in the time David has been the CEO.

Williams brings 30 years of Executive level experience in multiple industries, where he has consistently been the top sale performer. Since taking the top office at Fishbowl in 2004, he has created rapid growth, garnering national recognition for Fishbowl, including positions on the Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Private Companies and the Deloitte Fast 500 lists, as well as other regional and local awards.

Since his tenure began in 2004, he has helped Fishbowl garner dozens of awards for its impressive growth year after year. 

In the process, he was honored as one of vSpring Capital’s Top 100 Venture Capital Entrepreneurs in 2011 and 2012.  He has also helped Fishbowl win dozens of awards for the company.  

Fishbowl is one of the fastest growing companies in the nation. Williams has steered the company toward numerous business opportunities, and he also helped fishbowl overcome its biggest challenge in 2011. With the help of Fishbowl President Mary Scott, he secured a 7 digit bank loan at a critical juncture. Then he inspired his employees to a record-breaking revenue generating year and paid off the loan 7 years early before the 1st principle payment was due.

Williams believes in Fishbowl. His vision for the company includes more than just being the provider of the No. 1 inventory management software for QuickBooks users.  He also serves as a mentor to other entrepreneurs to get their dreams off the ground. 

Through CAM Foundation initiatives Williams shares his experiences to help others create successful businesses.
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We've answered quite a few questions in these Whiteboard Wednesday videos, explaining what QuickBooks, Magento, and Dropbox (among others) are. This time we're going to find out what a barcode scanner is and what it does.
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What is QuickBooks? It a pretty simple question, and in this week's Whiteboard Wednesday James Shores goes over the basics of what QuickBooks is and does for businesses. Basically, it lets you keep track of all of your purchases, sales, and expense reports in one convenient location.
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In this week's Whiteboard Wednesday, James Shores discusses something known as “on hand by date.” This is also called a historical quantity because it's a measure of how much inventory you have on hand on a particular date. James recommends scheduling a monthly task to do an inventory valuation, ...
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James Shores shakes things up in this week's Whiteboard Wednesday by being extremely speedy. In just two minutes, he breaks down the basics of inventory management into the following categories: Location (where to keep inventory); Identify (using SKUs, labels, and units of measure) ...
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