About 2X Software
2X Software is a global leader in virtual desktop and application delivery, remote access and corporate mobility. Thousands of enterprises worldwide trust in the reliability and scalability of 2X products. Cloud computing is shifting from a competitive advantage to an operational necessity. 2X offers a range of solutions to make the leap to cloud computing simple and affordable.
The company’s product line includes the award winning 2X ApplicationServer XG providing platform independent virtual desktop, application delivery and integrated thin client management from a single software package; 2XOS for converting desktops PCs into thin clients and the 2X Client RDP/Remote Desktop for remote access to Windows virtual desktops & applications available for Android, iOS, BlackBerry and more.
2X Software are the first company to offer integrated thin client management for virtual desktop & application delivery with the 2X ClientManager module for 2X ApplicationServer XG and also the first to develop a Facebook Client App for secure access to Windows applications and desktops, transforming Facebook into a powerful business tool.
2X is a privately held company, with offices in the USA, Germany, UK, Australia, Japan and Malta. Its management team is backed by many years of experience in developing and selling network infrastructure software. 2X holds a Microsoft Gold Competency certification, and partners with IBM, Novell, VMware and others.
Notable 2X customers include Fox News, Harvard University, H&B Foods, McKesson, Advance Auto Parts, Mazda and more. Click here to see a full customer list, selected testimonials from satisfied 2X administrators and recent 2X product awards.
Nikolaos Makris – CEO
Nikolaos joined 2X at its inception, bringing with him over 20 years of executive-level software development and sales experience, including serving as Aldus (later Adobe) Director of the Central Europe MIS Department, and Managing Director for GFI Software GmbH and GFI Cyprus. At 2X he is responsible for the general strategic direction of the company.
Paul Gafa’ – CTO
Before joining 2X in 2006, Paul was Projects Leader at HOB Software for 8 years. Paul studied industrial electronics at the Fellenberg Training Centre and has 15 years of experience in communication software specializing in terminal emulations and Windows Terminal Server. At 2X, Paul is responsible for the overall 2X product development.
Scott Sims – Sales Director
Scott joined 2X in 2009 as the General Manager of the 2X Americas office, where his efforts were essential in creating the direct sales team. A veteran sales professional in the Cloud computing market, Scott brings to 2X ten years of senior sales experience. Prior to joining 2X, Scott worked at Application IT where he served as COO, focusing on virtual desktop infrastructure and leveraging 2X ApplicationServer XG. A graduate of Oklahoma University in Norman, OK, Scott earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Entrepreneurship
Charlie Williams – Marketing Director
Charlie joined 2X Software in January 2013, bringing with him more than ten years of senior leadership experience in both the business to business and business to consumer technology markets. Before joining 2X, Charlie served as Head of Sales with Uniblue Systems and held senior marketing, sales and business development roles at Channel Source Direct. At 2X, Charlie will be responsible for the global go-to-market strategy of the 2X product line. A graduate of Canisius College in Buffalo, NY, Charlie earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Business Management & Marketing with a certificate in International Business.
Nick Galea – President
Nick founded 2X in 2004 with over 15 years of experience in building and leading enterprise product development teams, co-founding GFI Software in 1992. While CEO of GFI, the company grew to become a dominant security provider, with hundreds of thousands of customers worldwide, offices in 8 countries and more than 200 employees. Nick is also the CEO and founder of Acunetix. In his free time, Nick posts his personal views on his blog, Nick on IT.