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Oscar Trimboli

Oscar Trimboli is group manager of Microsoft’s Real Time Collaboration (RTC) business in Australia and New Zealand. He is responsible for the strategy, marketing and evangelism of Microsoft’s RTC solutions, to grow market awareness of the both the product category and Microsoft’s products.

Microsoft’s real time collaboration software includes Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2005, Live Communications Server 2005 and secure enterprise instant messenger Microsoft Office Live Communicator 2005.

Before moving into this role in late 2004, Oscar managed Microsoft’s relationship with major partners HP, Kaz and Infosys.

Prior to joining Microsoft, he was responsible for commerce and application partnerships at Vodafone's Wireless Internet Business Unit. The most notable partnership was the world first integration of ninemsn’s Hotmail service with the Vodafone SMS network, which enabled consumers to receive their Hotmail via SMS.

Oscar has 13 years experience in the software industry in the Asia Pacific region and previously worked in sales, marketing and consulting roles for PeopleSoft, Professional Advantage and Solution 6.


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