President & CEO
Peter Winston is President and Chief Executive Officer of Project.net and its parent company, Integrated Computer Solutions (ICS) of Bedford, Massachusetts. ICS is the world's leading provider of advanced visual development tools and services for UNIX and Linux professionals. Peter is an entrepreneur and innovator. In 1992, he received the Inc. Magazine New England Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
In 2006, recognizing an emerging market important to ICS's Global 2000 customers, Peter purchased Project.net, which leverages ICS's expertise in user interfaces to create a fully-featured enterprise project management application that helps companies plan, execute and deliver on their entire portfolio of projects.
Vice President, Marketing
Ed Lee has been working in the software industry since 1981 in a variety of marketing and development roles for Hewlett-Packard and Integrated Computer Solutions. He helped develop one of the first user interface toolkits for the X Window System, and helped craft HP's technical and legal strategy behind donating that toolkit to the X Consortium. Ed later led the industry "community" that guided the development of OSF/Motif. These industry developments were the direct ancestors of today's Open Source movement. Ed also worked on new business creation in HP's Imaging and Printing organization during a period of rapid revenue and profit growth. At ICS, he led the product marketing organization that developed award winning user interface development tools. Ed has spoken frequently on the value of open systems and good user interfaces and has recently been working on new business creation for ICS and Project.net.
Chief Community Officer
Ken Winston is an IT executive with 20 years hands-on experience managing all aspects of Information Technology departments and technical units. Prior to joining Project.net, Ken was Director of Technology at Thirteen/WNET New York, "America's most watched public broadcaster" and flagship PBS station. During his tenure, Ken spearheaded the station's digital asset management and digital rights management projects, as well as many TV broadcast/IT convergence initiatives. Ken has also taught various IT subjects at Columbia University where he was Chair of the Network Systems & Security track as part of the Columbia School of Continuing Education’s Computer Technologies & Applications program.