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About Jim Lee
Jim directs Princeton Softech’s Product Marketing efforts coordinating with Development, Marketing Communications and Sales. With more than 15 years of experience in application development and consulting, Lee’s background includes application development, short and long-term product planning, risk assessment, cost-benefit analysis, customer consulting and evaluating emerging technologies.
Jim joined Princeton Softech in 1997 as Development Manager. His project teams delivered several new releases of Princeton Softech’s Relational Toolsä and Archive for DB2ä. A storage and database industry expert and frequent speaker on storage alternatives, he regularly contributes technical expertise at Active Archiving Workshopsä that assist companies in determining the benefits of an effective active archiving strategy. He also works with customers to develop active archiving strategies across the enterprise.
Before joining Princeton Softech, Lee rose to the position of Director, Application Development Technology at Seer Technologies, Inc. in New York. He successfully managed all facets of software development for an integrated case tool that accounted for 20 percent of the company’s software revenue. He held earlier positions as Associate Director of Application Development Technology and Senior Development Manager.
Lee began his career with IBM as a Staff Programmer and Senior Associate Programmer. He moved on to the First Boston and then served as a Technical Consultant at Automated Data Processing.
Lee holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Applications and Information Systems and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from New York University, College of Business and Public Administrations.