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Aconex Names Lori Beedle as Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing

SAN BRUNO, CA--- Aconex, the world's largest provider of online project collaboration solutions to government, energy, construction and engineering industries, today announced that Lori Beedle has been appointed to the position of senior vice president of sales and marketing. Ms. Beedle brings a 20-year track record of management success at technology heavyweights including Dell and Oracle to the task of expanding and driving the Aconex sales and marketing organizations.

"The construction and engineering industry has embraced software-as-a-service (SaaS) for project collaboration and, as global market leader, Aconex is positioned for significant growth in the coming years," said Leigh Jasper, CEO of Aconex. "Lori has the depth of experience and track record we are looking for to expand our North American and worldwide sales organizations and to continue to build on our processes, skills and experience in sales and marketing. This is a new and strategically important role that will help us achieve some very aggressive goals."

Before joining Aconex, Ms. Beedle served as executive director of sales at Dell Inc. During her tenure, Ms. Beedle was responsible for strategic leadership, operations and client relationships and led her organization to over 1 billion dollars in annual revenue. 

"Since the company pioneered online project collaboration over ten years ago, the success of Aconex in transforming the way projects of all sizes are delivered has been remarkable," said Ms. Beedle. "I'm extraordinarily excited to join a team with outstanding clients, a great vision and a proven model for execution. I look forward to helping take the company to the next level."

About AconexAconex is a web-based project collaboration platform for managing the large volume of information created and exchanged during a project's lifecycle. Using the secure, central platform, each organization involved in a project is able to access, distribute, track and archive its documents and correspondence in real time. This improves productivity by streamlining the flow of information, reduces administrative costs, and reduces companies' exposure to risks such as disputes and delays.

From its 43 offices around the world, Aconex services US$260 billion worth of construction, infrastructure, energy and resources projects. Projects using Aconex include the $3.2 billion Panama Canal Expansion, the $6 billion Denver Transit Expansion Program and the $40 billion Yas Island development in Abu Dhabi. For more information and examples of Aconex in action, see Follow Aconex on Twitter using @aconex and on Facebook at

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