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Priorities for Growth | Middle Market Thought Leader

Most small companies stay small, most big companies grow slowly -- the middle market is where growth resides. We explore and dissect the unique business priorities and challenges faced by middle market business owners and leaders.
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Dec 2, 2016

Learn More About These Middle Market Business Leaders

Tom Stewart CFO, SecureAuth

Which industry is currently having the greatest impact on the evolution of the finance function? Join us when CFO Tom Stewart of SecureAuth adds his voice to the innovative clan of “Subscription Economy CFOs” who are determined to recast the mission of the finance function for generations to come.

Bob Hammer, CEO Commvault

Bob Hammer springboarded Commvault into the middle market by creating products to address data management challenges that would reside years into the future. However, even he was caught off guard by the speed with which Cloud computing solutions gained acceptance with Commvault’s customers. The digital blind spot would trigger a major restructuring for the data management firm. Join us as Bob recalls the decision-making that put Commvault back on an impressive growth trajectory.

 Anil Chakravarthy, CEO, Informatica

For most high-tech firms, migration to a cloud computing business model is no longer a question of if, but when. For Informatica, this migration was put into high gear last year when the provider of data management solutions was taken private as part of a deal north of $5 billion. Join us as Informatica CEO Anil Chakravarthy exposes the firm’s transformational path and the structural milestones designed to open a new chapter of growth.

Kathy Crusco, CFO, Epicor

When Activant and Epicor were acquired by Apax Partners and later merged into a new $800 million software company Kathy Crusco was named CFO of the newly merged firm that retained the name Epicor.  Join us when Kathy reveals her CFO mindset and revisits the appointment that brought opportunities as well as challenges to a seasoned finance leader.

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