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About Corilate

Headquartered near Seattle Washington, Corilate provides rapid telecom inventory and assessments that deliver critical information and analytics about corporate telecom assets.


Corilate's technical team has over 30 years operational experience in all facets of telecommunications and works behind the scenes with your vendors so IT and others tasked with Telecom Management can stay on task.

The Corilate Team has worked with Fortune 500 companies, multi-billion dollar private companies, hospital groups, law firms, brokerage firms, technology companies and everything in between.


As Managing Partner, Julie Bernhardt-Brown spent over 30 years as one of the leading independent telecommunications consultants on the West coast. Originally based in Los Angeles, she has been involved in the design and installation of telecommunications systems since 1978 and has served in operational, technical and consulting roles for a wide range of industries.

In 1983 she began doing rapid assessments and relocations for LA based corporate clients in conjunction with Lynch Young and Associates.   She was an early adopter of database technology and began developing in-house software tools to assist in all aspects of telecommunications relocation and record management.  In 2008, JBB Consulting moved to Seattle Washington and became Telecom Advocates. 


Julie's current focus is on helping businesses manage their telecommunications services, improve service stability and reduce costs.   As her list of clients grew, she was joined by her brother Steve Bernhardt in 2014 and the company changed its name to Corilate, Inc. to further reflect our focus.

As President, Steve's background includes the startup, operations and sale of two successful Southern California software companies.  Computers West, Inc. developed and sold point of sale software to the automotive industry and was sold to a Fortune 500 company in 1988.  His second company, Continuus Software, developed software configuration management solutions.  The company went public in 1999 and was eventually bought by IBM in 2008.

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