Bill Wesemann is a seasoned early-stage investor with decades of business expertise and a renowned technology industry background including experience serving in chief executive, sales leadership, and advisory roles at successful technology companies.
Bill currently serves on the board of Stationhead, an emerging consumer social audio platform. Bill has also been an early investor and advisor to publicly traded Sonos (SONO), a leading provider of audio/music technologies. Mr Wesemann has also been a member of the Board for the publicly traded LivePerson (LPSN) for over 15 years, a leader in digital-first customer service solutions and the #1 AI-powered messaging platform. He additionally serves on the Board of Directors of Mylio, a photo management software company and on the Board of Directors for Nocimed, Inc., a medical software company for diagnosing lower back spinal pain.
Bill Wesemann’s career includes executive positions across the high-tech software services industry, in particular Cloud/SaaS. He served as CEO of NextPage, a provider of document management systems (acquired by Proofpoint), CEO of netLens, a peer-to-peer platform for distributed applications (acquired by NextPage) and led Genesys as VP of Sales, a leader in computer-telephony integration, through a successful IPO. Prior to Genesys, Mr. Wesemann reported directly to Steve Jobs as VP of Sales at NeXT, which provided object-oriented software for custom applications. Mr. Wesemann received a B.A. from Glassboro State College (Rowan University) and was also a pitcher for the San Diego Padres minor league organization.