Zujewski of Axeda Corporation joins M2M Now’s Editorial Advisors

Bill Zujewski Axeda

(Kings Hill, UK & Boston, USA. August 8, 2013) — The chief marketing officer and executive vice president of Product Strategy at Axeda Corporation, Bill Zujewski, has joined the Editorial Advisors guiding this site and the global magazine M2M Now.

Bill Zujewski has more than 20 years of product strategy and global marketing experience in enterprise software and business applications. He has a proven track record of defining innovative products for emerging markets and bringing leading-edge and game-changing products to market.

Through his participation in industry bodies such as this and his numerous speaking engagements in machine-to-machine (M2M), Bill’s thought leadership on M2M, the ‘machine cloud’ and connected products is already helping to shape the industry view of M2M, and to identify value opportunities for the Internet of Things (IoT).

Before joining Axeda, Bill was vice president of Product Marketing at Art Technology Group (ATG), a leader in e-Commerce software that was acquired by Oracle.  Before ATG, Bill led product marketing at edocs, Siebel, and Broadvision and he began his career in engineering and software development at Data General and Informix.  Bill holds B.S. Degrees in electrical engineering and computer science from the University of Connecticut and an MBA from The Carroll School of Management at Boston College, USA.

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