Paul’s focus over the last 30+ years has been in building sustainable growth enterprise software businesses.
In executive leadership positions at both large enterprise and middle market technology companies, Paul has built and managed high performance leadership teams that delivered significant shareholder value through effective growth strategies, new product development, geographic expansion, channel development, acquisitions and cross-functional integration.
Paul has served in the roles of President / CEO at Princeton Softech (acquired by IBM in 2007), PowerQuest (acquired by Symantec in 2003), and Genicom, a public document imaging company, which experienced strong growth during his ten-year tenure. He was LLR Partners’ first operating partner and most recently served as interim CEO at Revitas. Prior to these roles, Paul spent over 20 years with IBM in various capacities including product development, site management and general management, where his career highlights included: opening a new development and manufacturing site, selling IBM’s copier business to Kodak, spinning-off IBM’s low-end printer business (now Lexmark), and establishing joint ventures with Minolta and Kentek.
Paul currently serves on the board of Xeeva. He has served on the boards of EnterpriseDB, Valiant Solutions, Princeton Softech, PowerQuest, Revitas, SparkPost, Quintiq, Application Security, Cybershift, Indigo, and Genicom. Paul also served on the board of Junior Achievement.
Paul graduated from Utah State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering. He was appointed as the University of Virginia’s Executive in Residence and named Utah State University’s Alumnus of the Year.
Paul enjoys both fresh and saltwater fishing, sailing, exploring the outdoors, motorcycling and spending time with extended family.