hybris Announces Joseph Lee as VP of Sales, Mid-Market, North America

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Lee will manage the execution of sales strategies to help grow mid-market companies in North America.

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hybris, the multi-channel commerce company ranked highest among independents by both principal analyst firms, today announced the appointment of Joseph Lee as the new vice president of sales, mid-market for North America. Lee joins hybris from Oracle and is responsible for overseeing hybris’ North American mid-size sales strategies.

A seasoned executive with more than 16 years of experience, Lee joins hybris following the announcement of the new hybris onmi-channel commerce solution for mid-size companies. The hybris offering addresses the need for mid-size companies to find a commerce solution that has the benefits and functionality of an enterprise-level solution at an affordable price point. Mid-size companies seek a commerce platform they can easily scale to as they grow into enterprise-level businesses.

“Joseph’s diverse experience working with mid-market companies in a variety of settings is a valuable asset to hybris,” said Steven Kramer, president of North America at hybris. “With the recent launch of the hybris mid-size commerce solution, Joseph’s sales leadership and expertise will enable us to deliver the functionality, scalability and flexible deployment options mid-size B2B and B2C companies have been waiting for in a commerce platform.”

Aside from Lee’s years of experience, he also grew up with familiarity to the mid-market, as his father owned a mid-size enterprise for more than 30 years. He was also an entrepreneur early on in his career, working with mostly mid-sized companies on eCommerce integration. Lee’s professional leadership roles include senior account executive at Oracle and executive vice president at D2C2 Taiwan Limited, a digital commerce company.

“hybris provides enterprise-class commerce capabilities for mid-market companies on a single, integrated technology stack, eliminating the need for companies to buy and then pay the high cost of integrating separate marketing, web content management, search, and self-service software,” said Lee. “Together with hybris’ belief in cultivating long-term relationships based on trust and accountability, hybris stands apart from other commerce platform providers that claim they can serve the needs of mid-size companies.”

Lee studied management and marketing from the Henry B. Tippie College of Business at University of Iowa. He was also a multi-year President’s Club and Excellence Club winner at former employers ATG and Oracle, and had the highest sales revenue in North America for Oracle Commerce in 2011.

For more information on hybris, visit the website at http://www.hybris.com.

About hybris
hybris delivers enterprise software for multi-channel commerce, master data management and order management that helps retailers, manufacturers, telcos and publishers of software, games and digital media to innovate, sell more and create perpetual digital relationships with their customers. Both principal industry analyst firms rank hybris a “leader” & among the top three commerce platforms. hybris software is based on open standards, more extensible, more efficient for global deployments, and offers lower TCO. The same software is available on-premise, on-demand and managed hosted, giving merchants of all sizes maximum flexibility. Over 400 companies have chosen hybris, including global B2B brands CheckPoint Software, Grainger, TransUnion and Thomson-Reuters as well as consumer brands P&G, Coca-Cola, Toys”R”Us, Levi’s and Gymboree. hybris has operations in 15 countries around the globe. hybris is the future of commerce™. For more information, visit http://www.hybris.com

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