Daniel T. Dreymann
CEO & Co-Founder
Daniel has over 20 years of experience in international marketing, sales and development of technology products. With a strong engineering background and 20 years of sales and marketing experience, Daniel has successfully launched many innovative products. Before founding Goodmail, he was formerly Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing for ground-breaking VoIP telecom equipment manufacturers Arelnet (TASE:ARNT) and Comgates where he lead teams that launched scalable VoIP gateway and Softswitch products. As Vice President at RDT, a leading Israeli high-tech distributor acquired by US distribution giant Avnet (NYSE:AVT), Daniel led a major e-commerce initiative and managed a large team of field engineers. Daniel is a senior member of IEEE, holds a B.Sc. and an M.Sc. degree, both from Tel Aviv University, and is a Lt. Colonel (Res.) with the Israel Defense Forces.
John’s experience includes over 20 years in the technology industry, working for well known Silicon Valley companies such as Hewlett-Packard, Silicon Graphics, and @Home (and later Excite@Home), at stages ranging from pre-revenue start-up to large multi-national. He has held a variety of positions in the controllership, planning, and IT functions where he has been widely recognized for driving labor-saving innovations. At SGI he was honored by fellow employees with the “Spirit of SGI” award, and was recognized for consistently driving efficiencies across the organization. As Senior Director of Finance at Excite@Home his responsibilities spanned three operating divisions in the commercial sector plus the company’s engineering and operations groups. John has also been a key player in very successful system implementations of Oracle and Lawson. Prior to joining the company in November of 2003, he was Controller for a small start-up developing interactive television applications for hospitals. John holds an MBA from Santa Clara University.
VP of Sales, Marketing and Client Services
Mary is a senior client strategist with over 20 years of progressively responsible management experience leading client services, account expansion, marketing and new business acquisition in successful technology organizations. Mary was most recently RVP of Sales for FAST Search, a Microsoft subsidiary. Prior to FAST, Mary ran Global Sales, Marketing & Services for Bluestreak. Mary also led North American Sales and Account Management for the Marketer Division of DoubleClick. Prior to DoubleClick, she held several positions culminating in the role of SVP of Managed Services Sales at Level 3. She holds a BA English from Long Island University and earned her MBA from Simmons College in Boston.
General Manager, Europe
Jos has over 20 years experience in building software and telecom companies and divisions in the European market. He started his career selling AutoCad and training AutoCad users. He took the MD role in Germany, Netherlands and Belgium at 3Communications, a leading provider of credit card payphones and terminals in Europe. Thereafter he co-founded InTouch Telecom in Belgium, acquired by GTS. Jos was instrumental in bringing @Home to Europe, cementing the partnership between @Home and Palet Kabelcom and CasTel, two of the leading cable companies in The Netherlands. As CEO of Palet Kabelcom Jos helped engineering the merge with CasTel into Essent Kabelcom, that quickly evolved into one of the largest cable operators and ISP’s in Europe. He then joined Alta Berkeley in London as a venture partner, where he took the position as Chairman of Castify Networks, successful provider of Enterprise Acceleration Software to Fortune 500 companies. He is a graduate of the Free University Amsterdam.
For the past 18 years, Stephan worked on emerging Internet and software technologies at early stage Silicon Valley startups as well as public companies. Before Goodmail, Stephan co-founded Techhand, developer of a massively multiplayer online game, where he designed and implemented the 3D game engine, artificial intelligence, and networking layer. Prior to Techhand, Stephan spent 5 years with Siebel Systems where he managed engineering on a constraint based AI system designed to help sales produce valid and consistent quotes for complex solution sets. He was the first employee at enterprise software startup Nightingale Corp., developing a CRM system for the health care industry. Stephan started his career as a software engineer with Parsytec where he wrote real-time system software for massively parallel computers. Stephan joined Goodmail in 2003. He holds a degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Fachhochschule Aachen, Germany.
SVP Corporate Strategy and Business Development
Eric has over 25 years of experience in management roles for technology companies, with expertise in both startups and multi-billion dollar public companies. Prior to joining Goodmail, Eric served as vice president for Nokia, where he consistently exceeded revenue goals while leading the worldwide sales team and overseeing numerous aspects of product and field relationships. Nokia acquired Intellisync for $440 million in 2006, where Eric led sales and business development efforts for eight years. Prior to Intellisync, Eric held a vice president, sales role at AirSoft, which was acquired by Shiva. Before Airsoft, Eric was vice president of sales at Delrina where he helped grow revenue from $5 million to over $100 million in less than four years. Symantec acquired Delrina for $450 million in 1995. Eric holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Syracuse University.
Clement Sciammas has 18 years of IT/Operations managerial experience gained while building teams ranging in size from 5-50 people while at a number of startups. Most recently Clement was the VP of Operations and Support for Audible Magic, an ASP providing audio identification tools that aided in the prevention of copyright infringement. Previous to that, as VP of Operations and Product Management for Citadon, he was responsible for deploying multiple data centers and creating processes allowing achievement of a 99.996 uptime percentage. Clement holds a Bachelor’s degree in Theology from Westmont College and an MBA from the University of Minnesota Carlson School.