The leadership team brings decades of diverse experience and expertise to their positions at CNET Content Solutions. Learn more about some of the men and women who lead our company and inspire us. Below are biographies of these individual team members.
Eric Lundin, General Manager, is responsible for managing all business initiatives and aligning people and processes across CNET Content Solutions. Previous to becoming General Manager, Eric was the Vice President of Global Sales, leading global sales teams as well as developing and maintaining relationships with new and existing customers. Previously, he served as director of global manufacturer sales at CNET Content Solutions where he focused on identifying the needs of manufacturers and delivering solutions to meet their needs. He was also regional sales manager at Apollo Solutions, a supplier of Web-based sales cycle automation solutions to resellers. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Vermont.
Tony Solliday, Vice President of Global Operations, is responsible for managing all data production operations, customer service and overseas operations. He has more than 13 years experience in the IT channel and has managed several groups at CNET including customer service, technical support, data production facilities, engineering, outsourced vendors and global operations for Download.com. Prior to joining CNET Content Solutions in 2001, Tony was a Surface Warfare Officer in the United States Navy. Tony holds a BS degree in Political Science from the United States Naval Academy.
Debbie Andrews, Vice President of Global Products & Marketing, is responsible for the planning, development, engineering and marketing of CNET Content Solutions products. She leads a team that works closely with Client Solutions, Sales, and Support to deliver and support market-driven products that solve business issues for customers. Prior to joining CNET Content Solutions, Debbie jointly owned and managed an IT services and software company for 10 years, which was acquired by CNET Networks in 2000. Since then Debbie has held product-focused positions within CNET Content Solutions from industry marketing to product management. Debbie graduated from Rogers State University and Ambassador University with degrees focused in Computer Science and Business Administration. Debbie also pursued an MBA at California State University, Los Angeles.
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