Tom Zanoli brings 20 years experience from the broadband, software technology and telecom industries as a principle to Broadmax Group and its clients. With numerous certifications in network engineering, Tom understands how to leverage broadband technology to create new product lines that add value and increase revenues. As a product strategy professional, he launched more than 50 products that generated more than $500M in revenue for his employers. These product accomplishments include first to bring residential gigabit connections and symmetrical broadband service to the San Antonio market.

In addition, Tom offers valuable guidance helping companies transition from traditional waterfall product development transition to more effective SaaS Agile product development techniques. Whether it’s transforming your product strategy, consulting on branded apps or helping maximize profitability, Tom offers effective solutions for challenges our clients face.

EDUCATION
Master of Business Administration in
Marketing
University of Phoenix

Bachelor of Science in
Marketing
Indiana University of PA


CERTIFICATIONS
CompTIA Linux+ | CompTIA A+ | CompTIA Security+| CompTIA Network+| Cisco CCNA | Cisco CCNA Security

TECHNICAL SKILLS:
Microsoft Office | Salesforce | JIRA | Confluence | HTML | CSS | Python | JavaScript | Node.js| HTML | CSS | React

    Tom's Key Strengths:
  • Proven success in identifying, developing and launching new products that generated millions of dollars in revenue.
  • Exceptional problem solver with expertise in all aspects of product development.
  • Skilled at identifying and implementing core Key Performance Indicators to ensure projects meet or exceed expectations.
  • Outcome driven on leadership initiatives with a focus on increasing efficiency measures.
  • Highly accomplished in Agile product development implementation.
  • Certified across multiple network management competencies.
  • Strong collaboration skills with cross-functioning teams and outside vendors.
  • Analytical minded with focus on significantly improving efficiency measures.