Tyler Carlton has been in the computer industry since 1996 where he began as a software tester for InsurQuote.
In 1999 he began work as a systems programmer with Humanvoice and developed voice applications and core systems dealing directly with telecom companies.
In 2002 he started up his own business, QDial Inc. QDial provided : customer service solutions, and software testing for Allegro Multimedia's "Piano Wizard" game software; software testing for Ninja Bee's "Outpost Koloki"; and developed a one of a kind online do-it-yourself survey system that allows users to create and maintain their own web and phone surveys called QEverything.com.
In 2005, Tyler began working with Western Wats, the world's largest market research operations company. He has lead in the creation of new core systems, and methodologies that are propelling Wats to the leading edge of technology in their field.
Last updated: Oct 21, 2007