Contact Clayton BosquezVP, Product Development
VP Product Development
9955 West 69th Street
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
Office: (952) 697-0554
Mobile: (612) 889-4561
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Clayton Bosquez has more than 20 years of experience in IT product design, sales, and support, including product development and project management.
Clayton Bosquez has nearly 30 years of experience in IT product design, sales, training and support.
For the past 17 years, he has focused exclusively on the K-20 education market, leading JDL’s Internet-delivery and video-over-IP projects: planning, designing, and implementing world-class, end-to-end systems for schools and allied associations of all sizes and scales.
Clayton is responsible for the design of Eduvision.Tv, JDL’s flagship internet video distribution platform. He interacts with customers daily to ensure Eduvision continues to meet the needs of today’s educator, oversees our technical support, designs and delivers on-site training and webinars for the creation and distribution of video in the delivery support of education.
For Clark County Public Schools, Las Vegas, Nevada – the nation’s fifth largest school district – Mr. Bosquez designed and led the implementation of a VoIP distribution system that broadcasts 48 channels of programming from Cox Broadcasting and Vegas PBS across the fiber network, and includes 90 schools equipped to deliver their own live broadcasts, 24/7.
He also has led key product development and implementation projects for the State of Iowa and their Associated Education Agencies (AEAs), the Florida Department of Education, Broward County (Florida) Public Schools, and many other schools and districts around the nation.
In addition, Mr. Bosquez’s experiences include day-to-day project management of a multi-year, $20 million engagement supporting the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Education. In this role, he was responsible for developing a local team to design, implement, train, and support solutions designed to meet the U.S. Territory’s voice, video, and data needs for their Department of Education.
Solutions deployed included: Internet access management, email, and web services; interior wired and wireless networking; exterior point-to-point wireless microwave networking; active directory services; and voice, video and data distribution and video conferencing.