Cameron Ferroni joined Marchex as Chief Technology Officer in September 2005. He is responsible for the company's product and engineering teams who build and support Marchex's product offerings in the areas of search and contextual marketing, local search, and direct navigation. Ferroni held a series of senior leadership positions with the Microsoft Corporation during a 13-year tenure with the company. From 2002-2005, Ferroni was General Manager of Microsoft's Xbox Software and Services Platform team, managing a unit of more than 200 employees responsible for building and designing all software features for the widely-acclaimed Xbox 360 product, as well as the next generation of Xbox Live. Prior to that, he served as Product Unit Manager for Xbox and was responsible for forming the initial product vision and strategy. He also recruited and managed Xbox's original 50-person platform software team, then founded and built the Xbox Live product and team. From 1992-1999, Ferroni held key leadership roles within Microsoft's Web server and Windows NT businesses. Most recently, Ferroni had been working as a private technology consultant since departing Microsoft in April of 2005.