Lawrence Levy (former CFO Pixar) & John Sculley (Former Apple CEO) recall being Recruited by the late Silicon Valley Business Builder
Justin Tydal, CSO, Seven Corners
Joe Cowan, CEO, Epicor Software
Phil Friedman, President & CEO, CGS
Matt Calkins, CEO, Appian
Matt Dircks, CEO, Bomgar explains how his firm is preparing for the next growth threshold - $100 million in annual revenues and beyond.
When a middle-market firm is a wholly-owned subsidiary of a giant telecommunications company, how does the path to expansion differ from the growth tracks of independent firms? Join us when Jeffrey Puritt, CEO of Telus International, retraces the steps that allowed Telus to advance beyond the shadow of its parent, Canadian telecommunications giant, Telus.
Bob Hammer springboarded Commvault into the middle market by creating products to address data management challenges that resided years into the future. However, even he was caught off guard by the speed with which Cloud computing solutions gained acceptance with Comvault'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.
Mike Scher, CEO, Frontline Selling
Chris Cabrera, CEO Xactly Corporation
Jim Krampen, Co Founder, Seven Corners
MMTL Interviews Jason Witty, Chief Information Security Officer, U.S. Bank
"There have been some obvious hacking attacks where theft is the motivator. There have also been, simultaneously, in the past 18 to 24 months, people whose motivation is just simply disruption. They’re looking to disrupt the network, or they’re looking to just make it difficult for a company to run or make it difficult for that company’s website to be available to their customers." ~ Jason Witty, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) U.S. Bank
The rise of a middle-market business houses a multitude of stories, but few are as compelling as that of a founder who strives to stay in step with a quickly expanding enterprise. Entrepreneurial “exits” are the accepted rite of passage for many firms when one-time leaders quietly stomach the unspoken notion that their creations may have in certain ways outgrown them. Join us when Tim Hebert, CEO of Atrion, exposes the path that allowed him to grow as a business leader alongside the firm he would grow to more than $150 million in annual sales before advancing with a historic merger.
Walker White, President, BDNA