Network Integration, Inc. was founded in 1988 to provide consulting and software development to software and hardware vendors in the LAN/WAN marketplace. The Network Integration Team has since provided it's services across a wide array of LAN related projects. The Network Integration Team has over 40 years of experience in PC computer networking. This experience has followed the development of local and wide area networks from early years in CP/M to recent developments in Novell NetWare, Microsoft Windows NT and UNIX. Network Integration, Inc. brings together a team from Novell, with architectural, engineering, and marketing talent who understand today's diverse networking environments.

Scott C. Lemon

As the founder of Network Integration, Inc., Scott has spearheaded the architectural and development efforts of numerous network and systems management projects. These projects include both contract development and custom Network Integration marketed products.

Between 1989 and 1993 Scott was the Principal Architect for Network Computing, Inc. (NCI is now a part of Seagate Enterprise Management Systems) He designed their entire line of distributed systems management products and was involved in all aspects of product planning, product management, and OEM relations. He also managed NCI's research and development in standards-based management.

From 1986 through 1989 Scott worked for Novell, Inc. in the fast growing LAN marketplace. While there he successfully served in a variety of capacities. As a Corporate Integration Manager he worked with key customers, evangelizing and presenting Novell's advanced technologies, and assisting them in implementing LANs and client-server products. As a Corporate Product Manager he managed the development of core components of NetWare v3.x and as a Systems Engineer, worked with numerous major accounts in the adoption of NetWare.

Darrell F. Evora

Prior to joining Network Integration, Inc. Darrell has a proven track record of marketing leadership for well over 15 years. From 1989 to 1993 Darrell co-founded Network Computing, Inc. (NCI is now a part of Seagate Enterprise Management Systems) As the Vice President of Marketing he developed the corporate business plan which led to $8 million of venture investment. He successfully directed the companies marketing effort for a premier distributed systems management product for networks. He was responsible for all corporate and product marketing activities.

In early 1982 he co-founded Santa Clara Systems and strategically directed the company to a position of sufficient recognition to be acquired by Novell. This organization became the cornerstone of Novell's hardware operation. Building on this position, he continued to expand the product line in the workstation, file server, and network interface adapter markets. This resulted in a $100 million business and established a clear leadership position in the LAN industry. Between 1986 and 1989 he was the Vice President of Marketing and Communications for the Enhancement Products Division of Novell. In this role he was responsible for all marketing activities (business/product planning, product management, advertising, public relations, promotions, etc.) for hardware, service and systems products.   

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