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Part 2: CUTV News Radio welcomes back Dr. Bernard L. Upshur of Infobid

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Palm Coast, FL – CUTV News Radio will welcome one of the most impressive individuals to be featured on our program: Dr. Bernard L. Upshur of Infobid Corp.

Dr. Upshur has enjoyed a remarkably varied career. Originally a fine arts professor, Dr. Upshur decided to earn his PhD in psychology at Fordham University. Upon receiving his PhD and Professional Diploma, Dr Upshur became an Assistant Superintendent of Schools in the City of New York. The Professional Diploma qualified him for a Permanent New York State Certificate as School District Administrator and School Administrator and Supervisor. Subsequently,  he became Director of Urban Research and Development for the State of New Jersey. Then Dr. Upshur was offered a Rockefeller Fellowship to further develop his research into quantitative decision making and self-concept theory with the business school at Columbia University. After receiving his MBA in finance, he later joined Goldman Sachs.

However, while working at Goldman Sachs, Dr. Upshur had a realization. He set out to develop software dedicated to managing the bidding process for public sector projects to help them with financial optimization.

Since 1984, Infobid’s software has connected customers with vendors all over the world to process bids, saving organizations, school districts and public agencies millions of dollars each year.

In 2004, Infobid became a gold-certified partner with Microsoft. And, Dr. Upshur became a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP).

“Programming is just like art,” says Dr. Upshur. “When I do a composition in art, I have a little world and I can do anything I want to do in that little world. I do the same thing with programming.”

For more information on Dr. Bernard L. Upshur, visit www.infobid.us.