Exstream Software Hires Richard Troksa as VP Business Development
Press release from the issuing company
February 18, 2004 -- Exstream Software, Inc. today announced that Richard Troksa has joined the company as vice president of business development. Mr. Troksa brings to Exstream over 19 years of experience in development, strategic planning and marketing segmentation focusing on software and service solutions for the printing market. Troksa will help Exstream expand into new channels and vertical markets by developing and managing business partnerships, strategic alliances and independent software vendor (ISV) relationships. Exstream has developed an impressive number of strategic partnerships over the past several years that include IBM, Xerox, Hewlett Packard and Böwe Bell & Howell, and plan continued growth in this area.
Troksa comes to Exstream with a consistent track record of accomplishments and experiences gained during his 19-year career with IBM. Prior to joining Exstream, he was director of worldwide industrial segment marketing for IBM, responsible for providing products and solutions to the industrial and distribution customer set. Troksa also served as IBM’s business line director, software and services. In this position, he led the initiative to create a worldwide services team focused on software and solutions. Troksa's documented successes in both technical and business-oriented assignments will serve him well as he helps Exstream continue its record-setting global expansion.
“This is a significant hire for Exstream as Richard brings invaluable experience that will make a positive impact on our expansion efforts and our customer-focused structure,” said Davis Marksbury, president and CEO for Exstream. “Richard is a proven results-oriented leader with the strength and energy necessary to lead Exstream into new areas of sales and distribution.”
Troksa holds a master’s degree in Engineering Management from Colorado State University and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University.
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