Pat Lien

Vice President of Sales

E-xpedient Technologies

Internet Revolution. How fast is fast enough?

Company co-founder Pat Lien serves as e-xpedient/CAVU, Inc.’s Vice President of Sales. Lien is responsible for managing the company’s e-xtreme Satisfaction Team, the elite group of highly successful sales professionals that represent e-xpedient in the marketplace. Through this market-specific sales force, he maximizes the corporate sales objectives of delivering e-xpedientSM 100 Mbps Internet service to customers in markets nationwide.

Prior to co-founding e-xpedient, Lien was the Vice President of Telecommunications and National Account Manager for ARCADIS Geraghty and Miller, a top ten international design firm. There, he created and executed a comprehensive national strategy to establish the company as a leader in the wireless infrastructure industry. Lien expanded the national client base, initiated and expanded strategic partnerships and was directly responsible for generating more than $20 million in new business within 18 months.

Lien cultivated his technology management and sales expertise in roles at Earl Industries, Herc Products, Cytodiagnostics and ADS Environmental Services (formerly America Digital Systems) and in positions as a management recruiter. Additionally, Lien gained much of his valuable experience during years spent as an F-14 Radar Intercept Officer in the United States Navy.

Lien received his Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland and Master of Business Administration from the University of West Florida in Pensacola, Florida. Additionally, Lien was selected to attend the Naval Fighter Weapons School, otherwise known as TOPGUN.

Internet Revolution. How fast is fast enough?

DSL, Cable Modem, Frame Relay, T-1, Broadband...The terminology and technology related to Internet access can be confusing and incredibly overwhelming. Pat Lien, co-founder of e-xpedientsm100 Mbps Internet service, will discuss Broadband Internet Technologies available today, the development of new technologies that will significantly increase the speed in which information can be accessed, and the impact these technologies will have not only on the way we do business, but our lives.