John Shaw

John Shaw is Chief Operating Officer at VBrick Systems. John brings more than 25 years of experience building networking and software businesses. Prior to joining VBrick Systems, John was chief executive officer of Aptima, a major provider of predictive analytics and Web 2.0-related products and services. Prior to Aptima, John was with Cisco Systems for seven years where he held several senior marketing positions. John was a member of the leadership team which formulated and executed the company's VOIP strategy, representing one of Cisco's fastest-growing product segments. John joined Cisco via the 1998 acquisition of Summa Four, a leader in the programmable switching market. There, he was vice president of marketing and business development. During John's seven-year tenure, Summa Four's revenues grew fivefold and the company went public. John also spent five years with AT&T in several sales positions. John holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Bowdoin College and a Master's degree from Harvard Business School. He can be reached at jshaw@vbrick.com.

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