President, Chief Operating Office
Troyanowski has engineered a number of business success stories. He is a seasoned veteran and entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience. Troyanowski founded GAT Marketing, Inc. in 1981, GAT Travel Services in 1988, and BreakTime Communications in 1996. In 1999, Troyanowski sold his companies to ByeByeNow.com, a startup Internet Travel Franchise organization that achieved over $450 Million in annual sales. He joined the company as the VP of Web Development. Troyanowski was responsible for designing the company's award winning website and multi-media content delivery software, ProImageBank. Troyanowski is one of the co-founders of Promero which began operations in 2001. Troyanowski holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame.
Chief Technology Officer
SaaS and Cloud pioneer Roman Schepis established one of the early implementations of Unified Communications services integrated with sales lead and CRM systems. In 2001 the service was made available in a public cloud and rapidly established users globally processing tens of millions of voice, email and chat interactions per month. Though the 2000's he architected, planned and managed implementation of private cloud deployments and managed services spanning data centers in the US, Canada, UK, Mexico, Brazil, India, China and Japan. Handling architecture, security, network operations, development, product management, quality assurance, speech and business analytics, and technical support services Schepis continues to innovate SaaS and managed services surrounding all facets of customer acquisition and interaction.
Before Promero Roman was the Director of IT Project management for ByeByeNOW where he managed the development and implementation of an enterprise wide thin client browser based Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system coupled with a VoIP based ACD, which won Best Customer Relationship Portal Solution at COMDEX 2000.
Earlier Mr. Shepis was a senior consultant at Amadeus where he played a crucial role in the integration of customized applications for clients including Wal-Mart, EDS, American Express, Interval International and World Travel BTI.
Marc D. Wolfson
National Sales Director
Mr. Wolfson has been in the business of building
sales organization in both telecommunications and the business equipment
field for the past twenty-five years. He began a fifteen-year career
building sales organizations for the Copier/Fax divisions of Minolta
Business Systems and Toshiba America. As Regional Director for Worldcom,
Marc was responsible for directing the leading region in the United
States in sales in excess of $200 million per year. Most recently Marc
was appointed as Market Manager for the Wireless Division. He was responsible
for opening the market for Worldcom Wireless in Florida in January 2000.
Mr. Wolfson created an organization from the ground up that was producing
in excess of 50,000 cellular activations per month through both direct
and indirect channels in less than a year's time.