Paul Lee

Paul co-founded ACE Communications after close to 20 years of entrepreneurship, consulting and development experience in New York, Silicon Valley and now in Hong Kong.

An electrical engineer by training, Paul spent time with Accenture in New York and then took his technical expertise and management consulting experience to join Alphablox in New York. He was one of the earliest employees and helped grow the New York office from 3 people to over 15, bringing in annual revenues of over $10M USD at the time. Alphablox was an early and influential player the market for Analytical Applications, now a multi-billion dollar market. The company was acquired by IBM and is now part of the DB2 product line.

From New York he headed west to Silicon Valley where he co-founded and led SkinnyPigeon, a boutique consulting company that specialized in developing Business Intelligence solutions for financial institutions and Fortune 500 companies. He successfully managed and delivered projects for clients such as Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank and Wendy's International.

In 2007, Paul established Ximplar with Andy Cheng. The Ximplar team met Professor Andrew van Hasselt, leading to the genesis of ACE HEARING.

Paul is now spearheading partnerships with audio firms on ACE’s behalf – as he holds ambitions of seeing ACE Technology embedded in electronic devices of all sorts very soon. He is also committed that ACE Technology will one day be hailed as the Gold Standard in individualized sound output.

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