Director of Strategic Alliances
Mr. Woog has over thirty years of operating management experience in
telecommunications, a significant portion of which has been spend in
international projects in Asia, Europe, Latin America, Canada, and the
Mr. Woog currently leads a consulting firm (Transcom International) that
specializes in assisting companies expand their business into emerging
global markets in Asia such as India, Pakistan, Vietnam, and in Latin
America such as Brazil and Mexico.
At IXNet and Global Crossing, Mr. Woog held senior management positions
responsible for the design, development, deployment and operation of a
global managed network specifically designed to support the needs of the
financial services industry. His responsibilities included establishing
strategic and business based alliances with global partners, dealing with
all regulatory issues and selecting the vendors and suppliers to support the
From 1988 to 1995, Mr. Woog led the US and International operations of
Positron Industries, a Canadian firm that specialized in the manufacture and
distribution of specialized communications systems for the financial
services industry (trading turrets) and the public emergency support
industry (E911 systems).
Mr. Woog began his career with AT&T in 1968 where he progressed from
engineering positions, to several District Manager positions, before leaving
them in 1985. From 1975 – 1978 Mr. Woog was on loan to the Government of
Iran as the Assistant Director General to improve the effectiveness of the
Iranian Long Distance Network.
He is a board member of Net Enterprise Inc. and is on the advisory boards of
Dolphin Networks and VITC.
Woog holds a BSEE degree from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.