April 14, 2008, 12:00 AM

eBillme adds two executives to its roster

Carol Ann Korpi and Ken Silver are the newest executives at alternative payment provider eBillme. Korpi will be vice president of sales and Silver vice president of alliances. Both will report to eBillme president and CEO Marwan Forzley.

Carol Ann Korpi and Ken Silver are the newest executives to join alternative payment provider eBillme. Korpi will be vice president of sales and Silver vice president of alliances. Both will report to eBillme president and CEO Marwan Forzley.

Prior to joining eBillme Korpi was vice president of sales for online technology portal CNET Channel, where she oversaw North American and Asia Pacific sales and business initiatives. She was in charge of sales efforts for CNET’s DataSource and ChannelOnline divisions, which accounted for more than 50% of the company’s revenue and customer base, eBill me says. In the past, Korpi also launched and managed an independent venture and worked as director of business development for two Internet start up firms.

Silver’s resume includes positions with payment processors Chase Paymentech Solutions, where he was senior vice president of global enterprise integrations, and First Data Merchant Services where he was a corporate sales executive and also worked as vice president of alliances. Additionally, Silver spent part of his career as director of business development for PaylinX, which was acquired by Cybersource Corp in 2001.

“As an eCommerce payment provider, building relationships with merchants and partners in the industry is a key objective in continuing the growth of our company,” says Marwan Forzley, president and CEO of eBillme. “Carol Ann and Ken’s expertise, qualifications, and accomplishments in the industry make them the perfect fit for these positions.”

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