Krimo Salem /
Co-Founder of Webex, and Pulsecorp
Based in Seattle (USA), Krimo Salem (born 1954) is an American computer scientist, entrepreneur.
He is the co-creator of the Video Conference Call Software under the name of One Touch, which was later renamed to WebExand merged with Cisco Systems in 2007.
Krimo Salem was the founder of If & Then, Inc. and If &then venture, a company which developed innovative business eco-intelligence software for industry, global enterprises, and governments.
Krimo Salem was also the Chief Information Officer at IntelliSync (acquired by Nokia), where he served as a strategic advisor and provided key direction for IntelliSync’s shift from a desktop-based software company to an enterprise and internet-based company.
Krimo Salem was the Director of Network Services at Electronic Arts (EA). For this accomplishment, Salem was recognized and featured in several magazines and publications like Fortune, CIO Magazine, Info World and Network World.
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