Bizanga, the global company behind the most scalable and full-featured e-mail and message processing platform, today announced the appointment of Jerrel Fielder as general manager. As a technology veteran with strong credentials in business and organizational development, operations and sales, Fielder is uniquely suited for his new role. As general manager, he will be responsible for installing the business systems and processes needed to scale the company, such as sales and customer satisfaction tracking, vendor and partner management, and recruitment of top-notch talent.
"With explosive growth in our North America operation, we need to shore-up our key business processes to satisfy customer expectations and keep pace with market opportunities," said chief executive officer, Jerome Lecat. "We are extremely pleased to have a seasoned professional of Jerrel's caliber on the Bizanga team to direct those efforts."
Prior to Bizanga, Fielder served as the vice president of business development for StrongMail Systems where he grew indirect sales from zero to a substantial portion of company revenues in his first year. Before that he held various senior level positions with Siebel and Business Objects focusing on analytic applications. While at Business Objects, Fielder was responsible for North America analytic applications and grew the operation from start-up to over $30 million in two years. Prior to Business Objects, he held senior positions at Acxiom Corporation in operations, organizational development, technology and sales.
"Bizanga has the next generation technology, the experienced management team and the unique market vision required to build the future of digital messaging," said Fielder. "I'm pleased to be part of such a terrific team and an initiative that will truly revolutionize the digital medium as we know it."
Bizanga is the global company that developed the most scalable and full-featured E-mail message processing and security platform, the Intelligent Message Processor(R) (IMP). The IMP can be deployed to protect an E-mail infrastructure from blended threats including spam, viruses, denial-of-service and harvest attacks. It can also be used to perform parental control, compliance/encryption services or simply to manage infrastructure migration or new service deployment. Designed especially for service providers, the IMP is extremely easy to integrate with existing infrastructure, including provisioning systems and message store. IMPs handle E-mail for millions of mailboxes throughout North America, Europe and Asia Pacific. Bizanga sells direct to Internet service providers, cable operators, fixed-line and mobile operators. The technology is also available on an OEM basis to application software vendors. Bizanga is a member of the Messaging Anti-Abuse Work Group (http://www.maawg.org).