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Blue Vector Names Sales VP

Blue Vector Systems, a leading manufacturer of sensor networking appliances, announced Eric Warner as its vice president of sales

PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Blue Vector Systems, a leading manufacturer of sensor networking appliances, today announced Eric Warner as its vice president of sales. Warner brings with him over 20 years of experience in sales and account management, and a proven ROI based selling methodology that he developed and published. The addition of Eric follows the recent announcement of Blue Vector’s record revenue for 2006.

Eric comes to Blue Vector from VeriSign, where he was vice president of the West and South areas of North America. While at VeriSign, Eric’s team achieved leadership sales results and established unparalleled growth in their Enterprise Sales Organization.

Eric has led significant sales organizations addressing the needs of complex supply chains throughout his career. Eric was instrumental in establishing the first market penetration for solutions delivering supply chain visibility while he was vice president of sales at Valdero and SeeCommerce. His experience includes a strong focus on retail inventory systems in NCR’s Strategic Accounts organization, global high velocity outsourced manufacturing relationships delivering over $500 million in business while at Sun Microsystems, and closed loop procurement solutions while at i2 in their Rightworks division.

“Eric’s success at his previous positions and his ability to build strong customer relationships will be instrumental during this period of growth and development for Blue Vector,” said Nancy Anderson, CEO of Blue Vector. “As we continue to expand our operations in vertical markets, Eric will focus on implementing new programs to exceed our sales goals. His unique sales strategy is a huge asset to our team.”

Blue Vector Systems

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