About James Burchill
James Burchill
James Burchill
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AboutJames

Technologist, Trainer & Bestselling Author

A technologist and trainer at heart, James simplifies complexity, streamlines systems and digitizes business processes. This former university professor and vice president of IT has now authored multiple bestselling books and courses, teaching more than 32,000 students in over 160 countries.

James was one of Keap Max Classic's (formerly Infusionsoft) first-four Certified Marketing Automation Coaches in Canada and has been using this powerhouse platform for over 10 years. Today, James is also an Approved ManyChat Agency Partner developing conversational chatbots helping SMBs generate leads and automate their omnichannel marketing.

James' charitable and social activities include hosting and producing the weekly Smartcar Coffee Confidential TV show, which until covid19 put production on hold, would involve him interviewing guests while getting coffee. The show aired daily on local tv and online. James also produced free-to-attend, B2B networking events in support of local business. He hopes to revisit this as soon as it's safe to do so.

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When he's not writing books, creating courses, consulting with clients, or producing his local TV show, he's cooking, riding his motorbike, enjoying a good movie or creating digital art on his tablet and minting NFTs.

He loves technology and automation and how it can make life easier. He wrote and sold his first software program before his 10th birthday. He was hired by Oracle in the late 1980s, at the time he was their youngest consultant!

James loathes repeating himself, enjoys word-play and is a (lapsed) top tier member of Mensa's High-IQ society.
In early 2020, James co-founded the CHATBOT FORGE INC. with Nick Usborne. Together they design and develop conversational marketing solutions using the latest chatbot technologies.

You can find out more at https://ChatbotForge.com * Chatbot Forge Inc. is a division of JAMES' MEDIA GROUP.