VSee is well positioned to become a significant market force in the secure video collaboration sphere. It has a valuable product, a strong customer commitment and a vibrant, responsive team.
Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) March 05, 2012
“Ray comes from an impressive history of leadership in sales, marketing, entrepreneurship, and management for business solutions, including his time as a WebEx VP,” says Milton Chen, CEO of VSee, “We are pleased and fortunate to have his guidance as we navigate new markets, expanding the VSee presence in telehealth, telework, business continuity planning (BCP), and global teaming.”
Most recently, Villareal has been using his extensive operations experience in the corporate and start-up worlds to actively advise emerging growth companies in the collaboration, business services and search markets. His previous leadership roles range from Field Operations (sales, marketing, services and support) at public companies WebEx and SumTotal Systems, start-up CEO positions and general management roles at Compaq and Tandem Computers, including heading the Enterprise Business Segment for Compaq in North America.
Villareal notes, “VSee is well positioned to become a significant market force in the secure video collaboration sphere. It has a valuable product, a strong customer commitment and a vibrant, responsive team. I’m very excited to be a part of their efforts to scale their go-to-market activities to achieve their goals!”
Currently an advisor and board member to several emerging companies, Ray Villareal was Senior Vice President of Field Operations at SumTotal responsible for all customer-facing activities, including sales, marketing, services and support. Before that Villareal was vice president of Field Operations and Marketing at WebEx Communications. Prior to that, he was CEO of Omniva Policy Systems, a provider of secure messaging and policy solutions later acquired by Liquid Machines. Villareal preceded his position at Omniva as CEO for HelloBrain, where he transformed the company from an intellectual capital exchange to supply chain collaboration solution provider. He has also held several positions as vice president and general manager for key business units at Compaq, including leading the Enterprise Business Segment for Compaq in North America. Villareal came to Compaq through its acquisition of Tandem Computers, where he served senior management and executive roles in field sales management, product business unit leadership and marketing.
VSee™ aims to create a commute-free world by making remote work as simple and satisfying as being there in person. VSee provides instant and secure group video calls, application sharing, and file transferring. Its network-sensing technology is optimized for wireless 3G networks and allows for high quality video in remote areas such as Africa, the Middle East, and even Antarctica. VSee’s intuitive design is based on the human factors research of former Stanford University scientists and Professors Terry Winograd (PhD advisor to Google founder Larry Page) and Pat Hanrahan (two time Academy Award winner from Pixar). VSee customers include IBM, Intel, Shell, the United Nations, NASA, and the Navy SEALs. Users include Hillary Clinton, Angelina Jolie, Mandy Moore, and the rock band Linkin Park. VSee investors include In-Q-Tel and Salesforce.com. Get started at http://www.vsee.com.
For further information, contact Anne Chang at media[at]vsee[dot]com or 650.996.1331.