Charlie Roederer – President
Charlie Roederer joined Courthouse Computer System in late 2003 after spending four years with a regional technology consulting firm. Charlie is responsible for planning and implementing the business strategy for the company as well as overseeing software development operations and onsite implementations.
In his previous consulting role, Charlie focused on delivering e-business strategy to clients, managing project teams, and implementing software development methodologies. Charlie has experience leading multi-million dollar projects for both Fortune 500 firms and start-up companies. Charlie is experienced with the UNIX and Windows operating systems, Microsoft and open-source programming platforms, and numerous application server and database technologies. Charlie received his BS degree from the Kenan-Flagler Business School at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Master of Science in Management of Information Systems from the University of Virginia.
Chuck Roederer is the founder of Courthouse Computer Systems and has spent over 35 years working with county government. Under his leadership the company introduced numerous technology advancements for indexing and preserving county records. In addition to his role with Courthouse Computer Systems, he maintains involvement with E.H. Roederer Bookbindery to provide traditional courthouse supplies to county government. Chuck graduated from Centre College in Danville, Kentucky with a BA degree in Economics.