Bill Dotson

Lexington, Kentucky, United States

I founded a company, TransDigital, in 1997 to offer a personalized, boutique agency approach to web application design and hosting. Over time, we also got into business consulting to established & start-up companies. I sold TransDigital to NetGain Technologies in the spring of 2005. I left NetGain as a full time employee in July 2006 to start working for myself again.

Just prior to selling my firm, I helped launch two other companies that use technology to solve serious business problems — both are in healthcare and research. One is alive, one is gone to the great business cemetery in the sky.

Now, I co-own and run WebMedley with Chad Hobson. WebMedley helps organizations build, manage, and market their web site. Clients range from a local dentists to multi-national organizations.

I’ve been fortunate enough to work with great teams in multiple countries building internet applications on Microsoft and Linux platforms.

My education, outside the whole “starting a few companies thing”, is a BA in Asian Studies and Philosophy from the University of Kentucky and a week at MIT’s Entrepreneur Development Program. I’ve traveled to Europe, South America, and Asia.

  • Work
    • WebMedley
  • Education
    • Asian Studies
    • Philosophy