George is a pioneer in cloud-based technologies, bringing to his role as Exoprise CEO, experience as Founder and CEO of Sonian, Inc., one of the first enterprise cloud start-ups, focused on information management. At Sonian, he lead the company from an idea to an established leader in the hosted archiving and information management space, establishing major partnerships with IBM, Rackspace, and Amazon
Prior to Sonian, George served as Group Vice President for Dialogic Communications. His responsibilities included the oversight of the Microsoft relationship, investment, partner program, and technology roadmap. Responsible for the P&L of Dialogic’s commercial division, George changed the revenue model from a direct model to a partner and channel model, and increased review over 50%, and finally was instrumental in selling the company to Golden Gate Capital.
Earlier in his career, he was President of @fax, a leader in the fax server industry and facilitated the selling of the company to Cirrus. Mr. Nichols also ran the Global Business Development team overseeing the Media Services division at Rand McNally. Mr. Nichols holds a BA from St. Lawrence University. He’s been an advisor and board director for several private companies.
A serial entrepreneur, the former Citrix Systems (NASDAQ:CTXS) executive brings an extensive track record of success with nearly 20 years of experience in distributed systems management, networking and security markets.
At Citrix Systems, Jason served as Vice President and Chief Technology Officer in the Virtualization and Management Division where he helped design, develop, and deliver new management strategies and technologies for the XenApp (Presentation Server), XenServer, and XenDesktop product lines. Lieblich joined Citrix in May of 2006 through its acquisition of Reflectent Software, Inc, a privately held leader in end-user application performance-monitoring solutions. Jason was the Founder and CTO of Reflectent Software. Jason holds two patents, received a Bachelor of Architecture from Pratt Institute and sits on the board of IntervalZero, a privately held embedded systems company.
Founder & CTO
Warren Mead is a start-up entrepreneur focused on building great companies from their early stages of initial rounds of funding. With over 18 years of experience with sales leadership, business development management, channel marketing development and building successful teams, Warren has helped lead young, fast-growing companies to successful IPOs and acquisitions. Warren has recently joined Exoprise, as the VP of Sales to define and direct its sales and go-to-market strategy as well as build and launch a channel sales program around it cloud based monitoring and assessment solutions.
Prior to joining Exoprise, Warren has been involved in a number of successful startups. Warren spent 6 years building SpeechWorks (now Nuance, Nasdaq: NUAN) from its first customers to a $160M public company with the 12th most successful IPO of 2000. As the initial sales leader at Virtual Iron, Warren built and launched a sales model that drove over 3,000 customers and a successful acquisition by Oracle in 2009. Warren also lead a successful turnaround effort at Akorri Networks that resulted in a successful acquisition by NetApp in 2011. Warren holds a BA from Marist College and Leeds University.
Patrick has over 20 years of experience leading organizations through challenging product strategy, marketing, and development initiatives. His diverse background includes leadership roles in multiple disciplines, spanning high-level organizational and market strategy to technology architecture and design, with a proven track record of successful new product launches and post-acquisition integrations.
Prior to joining Exoprise, Patrick served as Director of Product Management for desktop and application virtualization at Citrix where he was in leadership roles for a number of new product launches including Provisioning Services, XenServer, and XenClient. He also facilitated several strategic product and technology partnerships including Microsoft, Dell, HP, NetApp and EMC.
Patrick’s early career started at Andersen Consulting (now Accenture) where he was part of the team that helped AT&T launch its Wireless Services division from the McCaw Cellular acquisition. After that he helped bring several successful start-up companies to acquisition, including: Xypoint (TeleCommunication Systems Inc.), netNumina (Keane), and Ardence (Citrix). Patrick holds a BS in Computer Science from Iowa State University.
VP Product Management & Marketing