Meet Our Management
Mr. Sunil Sethi, founder, President, and CEO of Computing Alternatives, has been providing IT Professional Services for more than twenty five years in the US. He made Alaska his home in 2000 and in the last twelve years has implemented many systems for the State & Federal, Oil & Gas, Hospitality, Financial, and Telecom Industries.
Currently, Sunil manages Computing Alternatives’ Government Contracts and consults with an Offshore Oil & Gas Company. He also owns the Bombay restaurant in Anchorage and was instrumental in designing the Point of Sale application and on-line ordering system. His hospitality IT experience allowed him and his IT staff to develop and operate Food On The way on-line ordering web portal which has recently been endorsed by the Alaska Restaurant Association. He is also an Adjunct Faculty at a local School in Anchorage teaching Security+, SQL Server 2008, and .NET programming courses.
Prior to relocating to Alaska, Sunil provided IT Consulting for the State of Wyoming for more than five years. He was the Project Lead for a Mineral Tax System for Wyoming Department of Revenue that was implemented in March 2000. From 2001 through 2007, CAI developed and integrated Motor Fuel & Corporate Tax Systems for the Alaska Department of Revenue (DOR) and provided consulting services for the Alaska Division of Oil and Gas management applications (DOGMA).
Prior to his State Government experience, Sunil consulted for many major corporations including BC Ferries, RJR Nabisco, Siemens AG, Universal Studios, and Arkla Gas Pipeline Company.
Sunil, a native of Punjab State of India, is a Naturalized US citizen. He attended MIT affiliated BITS Pilani in India for BS in Chemical Engineering before completing his dual MS in Chemical Engineering and Information Systems in the US.
Keith began his career with CAI’s inception after graduating from CDI of Business & Technology in Vancouver, Canada in 1998. He started out programming back in the Windows DNA and classic ASP days, the predecessors of .NET, and now handles software architectural design and development. Keith was responsible for designing and implementing the architecture for DOGMA and also designed the authentication component of this system.
Keith has extensive experience and expertise with Microsoft ® based applications such as .NET and SQL Server.
Keith has more than eleven years of experience in the IT field, from programming to architectural design and team lead. Nine years of his experience is using the Microsoft .NET platform with a focus on Windows and Web based development.
Keith has proven ability to lead small to medium sized teams of developers as well as working closely with business stakeholders to design, release, and maintain business critical products.
During last five years, Keith has gained experience in the financial industry leading technical teams and designing products used by the world’s leading banks. He has a strong background in the oil & gas industry gained in working with Wyoming and Alaska Departments of Revenue and Oil & Gas Division.
We are very excited to open our Training Division under the leadership of Mr. Courtneay Bartholomew, who has trained more than 3000 students since 1994. He has developed curriculum for Cisco, Microsoft, CompTIA and Advanced Telecommunication programs at Ilisagvik College, Barrow, Charter College and Alaska Career College in Anchorage Alaska. Courtneay is a Certified Microsoft Applications, & SQL Instructor, Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE), Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP), and a CompTIA Network Specialist.