Some people talk about building disruptive technology companies – companies that are “cloud” – based, high revenue growth, and profitable.
Many more complain about how BAD their company’s customer relationship systems (CRM) are – bulky, unintuitive, not in line with how work actually gets done in a modern company.
But there is one man who is actually doing something about it.
And in the process, he is building America’s next great technology company.
Meet Navagate CEO Mr. Greg Rorke
Greg Rorke’s resume speaks for itself. Former CEO of Kaplan Education Centers. President of Danskin. Harvard MBA.
Instrumental in the development of ACT! – the #1 suite of contact and customer management software in the world, with over 2.8 million users.
And now CEO of Navagate – a next generation cloud computing company customer that is disrupting “business as usual” in the CRM space.
Greg has graciously agreed to share with us his experiences and perspectives on, among other topics:
- Why CRM as done by the Salesforces and the Siebels of the world simply does not work and what to do about it.
- How a small, fast-growing technology company in an industry dominated by giants overcomes the famed “Innovator’s Dilemma” and makes money doing so.
- How to finance a tech. business via an “Early Exit” strategy, including how to creatively access the public markets via a merger into a public shell
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