Edward Hamburg – Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Hamburg headed business development and mergers and acquisitions activities from 1986-1992 for SPSS Inc., a multinational computer software company that provides predictive analytical technology and services to over two hundred thousand customers in business, government and higher education. Mr. Hamburg received a PH.D. from the department of political science at The University of Chicago in 1982 and became an assistant professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago through 1986. His areas of expertise include American political behavior and organization, statistics and research methods, and comparative Middle Eastern politics. His academic awards include a research fellowship from the National Opinion Research Center of the University of Chicago
Robert Foley – President & Chief Operating Officer
Robert Foley was named President in June 2000, adding that title to his previous title of Chief Operating Officer. He’s responsible for managing worldwide operations, business development, and Thrupoint’s domestic and global expansion. Prior to joining Thrupoint, he was President and Chief Executive Officer of COLLEGIS, an IT professional services firm. Mr. Foley also served as President of Sysorex Information Systems from 1988 to 1993, a government systems integrator. Mr. Foley has held executive positions with Electronic Data Systems, General Electric Information Systems, and Science Applications International Corp.
Carlo Moujaes – Senior Vice President of Middle East Operations
Carlo Moujaes has been in Sales and Business Development for the last 20 years. In 1996, he left the United States for the Middle East and ran Enterprise Sales for Lucent Technologies in Saudi Arabia. Then, with the spin off of Avaya, he managed Connectivity Solutions as Country Manager. Mr. Moujaes joined Thrupoint in late 2003 as Regional Director, and was tasked with establishing the business and its entities in the Middle East.
Neil Ellis – Chief Information Officer, Global Head of IT
Neil Ellis joined Thrupoint in April of 2010 as part of the Ubiquity acquisition and is responsible for all aspects of Global IT infrastructure. Neil has more than 20 years experience in the IT industry, 6 years at the Office of National Statistics (Civil Service), 6 years at the University of Wales and 10 years in Ubiquity (software development).