About Us

Jack Zoblin Managing Partner

A 24-year veteran of the telecommunications industry, Jack Zoblin combines business acumen with an ability to leverage the latest technology trends to help any organization improve its operations and efficiency. Deeply rooted in sales, Jack found he had a knack for helping long-distance carriers – including Qwest Communications – excel in the wild west of telecom deregulation. A decade later, he learned first-hand there were no guarantees in life when he began his shortest-tenured role, starting work for an up-and-coming CLEC on Sept. 11, 2001, only for the company to implode just weeks after the terrorist attacks and a key VC firm pulled their financing. After several weeks of soul-searching, and with encouragement from his wife Dorrie, Jack decided he could best serve other companies as a technology consultant. Consequently, in November 2001 he founded Cory Communications, which he led for 20 years before selling it to Plymouth Meeting, PA-based Helm Partners. During those two decades, Jack and Cory Communications served thousands of customers nationwide.

Holding a BS degree in Business Management from Rowan University, Jack is particularly skilled in analyzing an organization’s needs from a technology standpoint, then pulling together the tools, products and even infrastructure required to fulfill them. He delivers scalable solutions regardless of organization size, always keeping one eye on the budget, then focuses on ongoing support and customer service. His areas of expertise include network optimization, VoIP services, Internet access/broadband, cable, fiber, wireless (4G and 5G) and satellite services, SD-WAN, Ethernet, and network security/Secure Access Service Edge (SASE).

Jack is a long-time supporter of Hopeworks, a Camden, N.J. nonprofit that transforms lives by developing marketable skills in young people, particularly in computer science.