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StarMobile Names Jeff Newlin Executive Vice President, Sales

StarMobile Names Jeff Newlin Executive Vice President, Sales

StarMobile Names Jeff Newlin Executive Vice President, Sales

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) May 07, 2015

StarMobile®, Inc., the leading codeless, cloud-based solution that delivers enterprise mobility faster, simpler and at a lower cost than any other solution on the planet, has announced that Jeff Newlin has been named Executive Vice President of Sales and a member of the executive team.

“StarMobile is on a mission to be the platform of choice to deliver any application to any endpoint, transcending smartphone, tablet, PC and watch, including net new, mobile first apps,” said StarMobile President and CEO, Todd Fryburger. “Jeff’s track record of building sales teams, combined with his technology industry experience, is second to none, and I am extremely excited that a proven executive of his caliber will play a key role in accelerating our market growth.”

Newlin brings more than 25 years of sales and operational leadership experience specializing in building and leading high performance global teams at established and emerging technology companies. He joins StarMobile from OutSystems, where he was responsible for directing OutSystems operations in the Americas. Prior to OutSystems, Newlin served as Senior Vice President of Global Sales and Chief Revenue Officer at Silverpop who was acquired by IBM in 2014. During his 10-years at the company he was an instrumental leader who built teams, consistently grew revenue, and established a global customer base taking Silverpop from a startup to a cloud-based, marketing automation industry-leader. He has also held key positions at Cybrant (acquired by Blue Martini, now Escalate), TenFold Corporation, Texas Instruments (acquired by Sterling Software), and KnowledgeWare (acquired by Sterling Software). He has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Technology from Purdue University, and resides with his family in Atlanta, Georgia.

“StarMobile has a fantastic product and an extraordinary opportunity to dramatically shift how enterprises mobilize applications”, said Newlin. “Our patented technology enables a truly game changing approach that blends speed, simplicity, and economy in a way that’s unmatched by any other solution available today. I could not be more excited to join such an awesome team amid the vibrant Atlanta technology and mobility community.”

StarMobile was recently named a “Cool Vendor in Mobile App Development, 2015” by Gartner.

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About StarMobile

StarMobile is a codeless, cloud-based solution that delivers enterprise mobility faster, simpler and at a lower cost than any other approach. Companies use StarMobile to dynamically transform any packaged on-premises or cloud-based application, or custom-built system, into a mobile app. StarMobile requires no changes to existing applications, no coding, no need for exotic skills or learning a new platform, no professional services, no re-building, simple configuration, low maintenance, no re-licensing, no app-specific downloads, with infinite scalability, end to end security, centralized mobile app management and provisioning, and detailed usage statistics, for any application, any use case, any mobile device, on any public, private or enterprise cloud platform.

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Tech Analyst Jeff Kagan on Lenovo Closing in on HP and Dell as PC Sales Weaken

Tech Analyst Jeff Kagan on Lenovo Closing in on HP and Dell as PC Sales Weaken

Jeff KAGAN, Industry Analyst

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 13, 2013

Lenovo continues to do strong business as the computer space in general weakens according to this story from BusinessWeek. It also says how Lenovo is closing in on both HP and Dell.

Tech analyst Jeff Kagan offers comment on this story.

“We have seen the PC industry rapidly change during the last few years. It seems as smartphones and tablet computers are suddenly growing, the traditional desktop and laptop business is slowing. Lenovo however seems to be bucking that trend and holding their own. People have not stopped buying computers, however they are buying fewer of them right now, and they are being more selective of where they buy. Some companies are winning and some are losing. Lenovo is one of the winners right now.” Says Principal analyst Jeff Kagan.

According to this Business Week story it seems Lenovo is the only company still doing well in this segment. It is gaining share as others like HP and Dell are losing share. So this may not be the best time for companies like Hewlett-Packard and Dell to try and reinvent themselves.

“In industry wide first quarter PC shipments, Lenovo seems to have been the sole bright spot. New computer sales continue to slump, and the new Microsoft Windows 8 is simply not connecting with users. That means people are continuing to delay new computer purchases, in addition to buying new tech like tablets.” Says Kagan.

“The time may be right for a company like Lenovo to win market share in this industry. They must keep their eyes on the fast moving ball and that can be a challenge. The industry is re-sizing itself. Yesterday the PC industry had two slices, desktop and notebook. Today the industry has several more slices like Tablets and smartphones, and different, smaller slices in each. Tomorrow even more slices.” According to Kagan.

“It will be interesting to watch Lenovo jump further into the smart phone segment. Will they make an acquisition or will they continue to grow on their own? That is one of the key questions. Acquisitions don’t always work out. Remember when HP acquired Palm a few short years ago? We’ll have to keep our eyes on Lenovo.” Says Kagan.

About Jeff Kagan

Jeff Kagan is an Industry Analyst who is regularly quoted by the media over 25 years.

He offers comment on wireless, telecom and tech news stories to reporters and journalists.

He is also known as a Tech Analyst, Wireless Analyst, Telecom Analyst and Principal Analyst depending on the focus of the story.

He follows wireless, telecom, Internet, cable television and IPTV. He also follows the wider and more general consumer electronics and technology space.

Visit his website: at to learn more and for disclosures.

Reporters: Jeff Kagan sends comments by email to reporters and the media. If you would like to be added to this email list please send request by email.

Clients: Call or email Jeff Kagan to discuss becoming a client. Kagan has worked with many companies over 25 years as consulting clients.

Contact: Jeff Kagan by email at jeff(at)jeffKAGAN(dot)com or by phone at 770-579-5810.

Kagan is an analyst, consultant, columnist and speaker.

Twitter: @jeffkagan

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5 Tricks to Boost Your Ebay Computer Sales

Article by David “Computer Guru” Jaeger

Believe it or not, making money selling custom computers on ebay is very easy. I’ve personally helped people make anywhere from a 35% – 50% profit per each computer, with an average computer sale of 00. (That over 0 net profit – on the low end!)

There is a simple reason most computer builders can’t sell their computers successfully. You see, there are two types of people; there are the “techies” and the “people persons”.

Techies enjoy understanding how things work. They will take things apart to put them back together just to learn how to put the item together. When a “techie” buys a car, they want to learn about how the engine works, and what are all the parts names. When they talk to someone, they enjoy talking about the differences in “specs”.

Then there are “people persons”. They are perfectly happy not knowing how things work – as long as they work. What they do enjoy is getting involved with people. They like to get in the middle of different social dynamics, typically care a lot about what their friends think etc.

This isn’t a psyche class though, this about learning 5 tricks to successfully selling your computers on ebay. So why am I mentioning the “techie” mindset?

As you can guess, most computer builders are techies. The 5 tricks aren’t really tricks at all. These 5 tricks allow you to get out of “spec” mode, and into selling successfully mode. Here goes:

1) Most eBay computer builders put 5 pages of specs. This turns most browsers off. Unlike “techies”, most people don’t really care about the detailed specs and don’t appreciate it, so don’t put them in, save yourself some grief, and gain valuable customers.

2) Use audio / video in your auction. This is very powerful, as you can express your personality in audio and video much better than you can in person

3) Add Personality to your auction. Essentially, you need to tell people why they should buy from you. You do this by being yourself, and telling people what got you into computers? What fascinates you about computers? What makes you so confident about your computer building capabilities?

4) Encourage people to contact you and ask questions. I do this prominently on my auctions. I tell people to contact me by either phone, email, or ebay’s contact member program.

5) Insert an Instant Messenging service (like meebo me) into your auction to make it easier for people to contact you.

If you apply these tricks to your ebay computer auctions you are well on your way to success.

About the Author

David Jaeger is Ebay’s Number One Computer Seller Consultant. Get FREE Insider Access to his opt-in list, private blog and members only forum to learn how to Build Your Own Computer and Sell it for Great Profit.

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The latest in real estate sales of Manhattan condos: Transatlantic private live showings via SKYPE

The newest in real estate sales of Manhattan condos: Transatlantic private live showings via SKYPE

(PRWEB) May ten, 2010

The most recent in actual estate sales: Transatlantic private live showings via SKYPE.

Throughout the the current eruption of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland, VIVALDI Actual ESTATE, a Manhattan based firm with a huge international clientele, gave up on the airlines and employed SKYPE to broadcast the nooks and crannies of multi-million dollar apartments to its European clients stranded overseas and unable to get to New York.

VIVALDI did not miss a beat as international air visitors ground to a halt. It turned the inconvenience into a indicates to showcase the innovative way it can bring Manhattan apartments into the bedrooms, kitchens and offices of customers about the globe. It was company almost as usual for the firm which was founded in 1992, and is known in the market as becoming nimble and usually a step ahead of competitors in the way it adapts to marketplace challenges.

VIVALDI pioneered this use of world wide web technology about a year ago and posted on You Tube a video of the very first SKYPE presentation at a Manhattan condominium located at 817 West End Avenue.

Given that this video, Guido Pompilj and Eve Gittelson the two founders of VIVALDI Actual ESTATE, have introduced many clients to the use of SKYPE. Gittelson, a Manhattan native mentioned, “the technologies is truly quite incredible, and to say it shrinks the globe is an understatement. We have an apartment in contract at 82 University Location on the 4th floor with an Italian client from Treviso Italy. The sale began on SKYPE following the client had noticed the apartment and fell in love with it via our SKYPE presentation, he was here in 48 hours to take an in-individual look and quickly signed a contract.”

The You Tube video, demonstrates how simple it is to do. Guido Pompilj, who grew up in Rome, Italy and is now an American citizen, describes how the technology works, and has helped time-pressed European buyers. “We bring a small netbook laptop or computer with a wireless internet card to an apartment a client is interested in, then we SKYPE the client. The client is able to view the apartment in really considerable detail in genuine time. Truthfully, it is practically as very good as being in New York due to the fact we can show so a lot, points like the views, the public corridor, the elevator, the lobby, the street, swimming pool, and so on. “

Pompilj added, ” We did four SKYPE viewings during the grounding of international flights, and subsequent week, three of the 4 customers are coming to Manhattan to finalize what began on Skype.”

Eve Gittelson


11 East 29th street

48th Floor

NYC NY 10075


917-608-7660 (cell)

email: Eve(at)VivaldiRealEstate(dot)com

Skype: Vivaldi.True.Estate


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