Motivational Speaker, Mobile Technology Educator
"Master of the PDA"
G. William James is one of the leading training professionals for handheld computing and mobile technology in the United States for retail, medicine, sales, business and real estate. A sales trainer and seminar presenter since 1986, thousands have heard his enthusiastic yet real-life approach to time management and sales excellence.
To the mobile professional, James is internationally recognized for teaching the mobile devices technology as the ultimate business tool. His workshops emphasize the ease-of-use and intrinsic value of the smartphone and tablet for the sales, consulting and managing professional. He is a contributor to a number of magazines on mobile devices, wireless technologies, cloud computing and mobile office productivity tools.
His list of clients include Medtronic, Primerica, Things Remembered, The American Red Cross, General Electric and Kaiser Permanente, along with a host of technology events
such as the Keller WilliamsFamily Reunion, RE/Max of Texas Convention and the state REALTORS© conventions of California, Georgia, Virginia, Michigan, Florida, Colorado, and New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
He has presented to the National Association of REALTORS© Conference for the Technology Learning Center on numerous occasions, and is a highly popular and engaging keynote presenter.
Mr. James was featured in Black Enterprise Magazine as “Master of the PDA”.
He has represented Palm, Inc., GE Supra, MarketSource, Inc., and others as a platform speaker and booth personality at conventions and technology events. His company, Handheld Computer Solutions, conducts specialized training seminars for sales organizations and real estate agencies.
With over two decades of speaking experience on time management, productivity, customer relations, mobile office technology training and mastering mobile devices, William has a distinguished record of consulting with and educating sales professionals across the United States.
William resides in an Atlanta suburb with his daughter Sara.