William Neville

Since receiving a degree in mathematics, computer science, and mathematical sciences from Rice University and an MBA from Columbia University, Neville has worked almost exclusively in software development. Prior to founding US Viking LLC, Neville operated a stateside consulting firm to develop software for financial services companies. He has been active in the development community, in particular in the Microsoft-based development community, and served on the editorial advisory board of Visual Studio Magazine for many years. He has spearheaded broadcast industry efforts to promote open standards, including the Media Object Server (MOS) protocol, for communication with and integration of video and audio servers, desktop audio and video browsers and editors, character generators, still stores and other news production equipment.

In addition to his work with US Viking, Neville has served on the Good Hope Country Day School board, the Virgin Islands Science and Technology Council, and the University of the Virgin Islands Research and Technology Park Accelerator Advisory Council.

Joseph Croney
Chief Operating Officer

Joe joined US Viking in 2011 after earning a Wharton MBA in Entrepreneurial Leadership. He is experienced in growing and maturing software firms and started his career at Microsoft as a Program Manager. After a few dreary years of Seattle weather, Joe and his wife, Laura, decided to move to St Croix where he founded Calabash Technologies, a start-up which successfully built and introduced a revolutionary handheld GPS Tour Guide. While CEO of Calabash, Joe also found time to share his passion for Computer Science by teaching part time at St. Croix Country Day School.

Joe's heads-up leadership style and professional software experience enables US Viking to deliver high quality software at a rapid pace.

Sean Cullinan
Chief Technology Officer

Sean joined US Viking in 2003 after previously working in second tier support and systems engineering for ENPS at the Associated Press in Washington DC. Sean was responsible for the transformation of the architecture behind ENPS, including a shift to a services based approach which enabled the rapid development of web and mobile clients. Prior to his time with ENPS, Sean directed the weekend newscasts at WMDT-TV in Salisbury Maryland and learned about the world of corporate IT at Perdue Farms Inc.

Sean has a bachelors degree in TV Production from Salisbury University with a minor in Computer Science and finds the work at US Viking to be a perfect combination of his artistic and mathematical backgrounds.