ScriptLogic Corporation Appoints Jim Tedesco as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales

By | October 9, 2006

ScriptLogic Corporation, a leader in network administration software for Microsoft® Windows®-based networks, today announced the expansion of its executive team with the appointment of Jim Tedesco as senior vice president of worldwide sales. Tedesco will develop, implement and oversee all sales operations, including sales growth strategies for ScriptLogic, the 15th fastest growing technology company in North America according to the 2005 Deloitte Technology Fast 500.

“Jim joins the ScriptLogic team at a time of unprecedented growth,” said Jason Judge, CEO at ScriptLogic. “His proven leadership and eighteen years of experience give us great confidence that he will make an immediate positive impact on our company.”

“I am tremendously excited to work with a company with such a well developed and knowledgeable group of partners,” said Tedesco. “ScriptLogic´s installed customer base, award-winning products and channel programme provide a great foundation to grow this world class organisation. I am looking forward to meeting our partners and customers in the weeks to come.”

Prior to ScriptLogic, Tedesco served as a skilled sales executive for CA, Inc (formerly Computer Associates International, Inc.). His responsibilities have ranged from sales manager, senior vice president of channel sales, senior vice president of sales, to his most recent position as vice president, sales operations. As a senior vice president of sales for CA, Tedesco designed the strategy and implemented CA´s Customer Interaction Center (CIC) in Tampa, Florida. He had over 500 people reporting to him at the CIC, leveraging channel sales, direct sales and telesales models and together the CIC became the nucleus of CA´s sales strategy in North America.

Before joining CA, Tedesco founded Cambridge Systems, a consulting firm focusing on the Local Area Network market and providing custom computer software solutions. Tedesco´s practice supported a dozen programmers and certified Novell engineers; together they serviced hundreds of small to mid-sized companies in the New York metropolitan area. Tedesco sold Cambridge Systems to Vertex Electronics in 1993.

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