Interactive Enterprise Names Jeffrey Weaver Director of Systems Engineering, North America, and Peng-Chong Lee, Sales Director, Asia Pacific

Interactive Enterprise, the provider of ConexonTM -- the #1 globally deployed system in the cable provisioning/activation market -- today announced that Jeffrey Weaver has accepted the position of director of systems engineering for North America and Peng-Chong Lee is now sales director, Asia Pacific.

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(PRWEB) March 10, 2004

Interactive Enterprise, the provider of ConexonTM -- the #1 globally deployed system in the cable provisioning/activation market -- today announced that Jeffrey Weaver has accepted the position of director of systems engineering for North America and Peng-Chong Lee is now sales director, Asia Pacific.

In addition to these two key management positions, the company said it expanded its overall sales organization significantly in 2003. The appointments also follow a year in which the company added 15 new broadband customer accounts in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific.

In his role, Weaver has responsibility for supporting sales and customer deployments throughout North America. He brings more than 20 years of information technology experience with successful networking start-up companies building the world’s most advanced communications networks in Europe, Asia, and the U.S. Most recently he was director of system engineering for Tropos Networks, a provider of wireless broadband network access products.

Weaver’s background includes working with companies such as 3Com, Wellfleet, Bay Networks, FORE Systems, Argon Networks, Broadband Access Systems, and CacheFlow. His expertise includes all aspects of service delivery, network infrastructure, business operations, provisioning, and customer care.

Lee has more than 12 years of experience in the telecommunications industry in business development, sales engineering, post-sales support services and project management in the South East Asia and Greater China regions. His experience includes developing and selling system integrations for end-to-end solutions, new system introductions as well as installations and maintenance throughout Asia Pacific. Most recently, he was business development manager (CGISS Sector) for Motorola. Lee earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in computer science from Indiana University.

“As the industry moves from single service to multi-service delivery and broadband moves from the early adopter stage to one with critical mass, we are seeing interest intensify in our offering,” said Tom Higgins, CEO, Interactive Enterprise. “In order to build on our position as the leader in our segment, we must have an expanded sales team with strong leadership. Both Jeffrey and Peng-Chong have demonstrated the market knowledge and strong leadership skills necessary to increase our market success and exceed customer expectations in their respective global positions.”

About Interactive Enterprise (http://www.interactive-enterprise.com)

Founded in 1998, Interactive Enterprise, Ltd. develops and markets broadband provisioning and service activation software to global broadband operators. Its ConexonTM software platform is the #1 solution deployed globally and enables operators to rapidly deploy voice, video and data services to their subscribers across multiple broadband platforms and devices. The company markets its multi-service offerings throughout North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia directly and through channel partners such as Motorola, C-COR.net and CSG Systems.

Interactive Enterprise differentiates its Open Conexon platform on its ability to reduce operating costs by as much as 40 percent with a 7-12 month ROI. It also offers an accelerated time to revenue as operators can both deploy Open Conexon applications and rapidly develop and deploy their own complementary service packages from the platform. Further, Open Conexon enables operators to define any service and develop interfaces into third-party complementary applications such as digital head-ends, telephone switches, billing systems, etc. This gives operators complete control over the end-to-end creation and delivery of services and protects their investments. It also enables the rapid uptake of services by subscribers, thus increasing the service provider’s average revenue per user (ARPU).


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