Vizioncore today announced Christopher Page as the company’s new Director of Product Management, reporting to company VP of Products and Support, Jason Mattox.
Prior to joining Vizioncore, Page spent 18 years in product management and engineering positions at companies such as Motorola, Macrovision and Navteq. His diverse experience includes managing the development of software, data content and hardware products. Page’s accomplishments include helping companies win new business, developing new products and marketing complex technologies.
Page also holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management as well as an MS in Electrical Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology and a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Expert Server Group also announced the appointment of Patrick L. Clark as Chief Operating Officer. As COO, Clark will be responsible for developing and overseeing Expert Server Group’s growing sales force and customer relations programs.
Clark’s extensive background spans the history of Internet and networking technology, starting early on as a co-founder and VP of Sales and Marketing at Interlan, one of the first local area network product companies, and continuing through his most recent role as head of Worldwide Sales for Converged Access, a leader in VoIP Application Performance Management.
Clark also brings the experience of building worldwide sales organizations. Prior to Converged Access, he was head of North American sales and service at Phone.com, a leading provider of wireless Internet infrastructure software to global telecommunications companies. Before that, he was the vice president of worldwide sales with Paragon Software, a leading provider of data and content synchronization software for the major wireless handset vendors and global telecommunications companies that was acquired by Phone.com in early 2000. Prior to Paragon Software, Clark was vice president of worldwide sales at Software.com, a leading provider of Internet/Intranet infrastructure software to global Telcos and Internet Service Providers (ISP’s). Previous to Software.com, Clark was EVP worldwide sales and field marketing for Computervision, a leading provider of CAD/CAM software and services where he was part of the successful turnaround of this $800 million software company.
Clark held significant roles in startup and high growth companies throughout his career. First, as the co-founder of Interlan, an early pioneer in the local area networking product space, and then serving as EVP and general manager with Microcom, a leading manufacturer of protocol modem, internetworking bridges/routers and communications software.
Clark also was a general partner of Windspeed Ventures, a seed round and early stage investment group in software and communications infrastructure companies. Clark sat on the advisory board for privately held companies Bitfone, Esmertec and Vividon.