As a co-founder of InfoSlips, I am an evangelist changing the world-one document at a time. Every facet of our digital lives has seen continual innovation, but documents look & work the way they always have.
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¤ The idea that the modern document is broken, set me on a path to change how we communicate - one document at a time.
? Coming from a software development background, I started my career before Intel & Microsoft were household names. Growing up with the birth of the personal computer I learned early in my career that if you build software, it will not sell itself. This drove me into business development.
? I have started, grown, matured & sold companies, in the Human Resources, Document Management, Workflow, & Web tech industries. I have taken on various roles including Chief Technology Officer, Business Development Executive, Programme Manager, & Chief Executive Officer.
? InfoSlips, although well established with thousands of customers worldwide continues to challenge me as it continually innovates & takes advantage of new tech.
? I am an obsessive-compulsive when it comes to my passions. Every day I struggle to be a little better than the day before. To listen & practice more empathy. Not to operate on autopilot. To be less reactive & open my mind & heart to understand my fellow human. I find selfish satisfaction in giving & contributing.
? As a co-founder of InfoSlips, I am an evangelist changing the world-one document at a time. Every facet of our digital lives has seen continual innovation, but documents look & work the way they always have.
? Why can our documents not work for us & be part of the modern digital fabric?
? By marrying existing web tech as well as AI, Voice, Video, & Blockchain to documents, we can pry open new ways to add value and make our our documents useful.
? My passion is tech & how we can apply it make a better workplace. I love to live on the bleeding edge of tech. My interests include using AI & NLP to make it possible to talk to our documents. Also, my history with HR keeps it close to my heart.
? I am living out my mission every day & dovetail it with my family & my love of travel.
I agree, it is not about the "volume of communication," but the "value of communication." As long as communication is meaningful and addresses the needs of the recipient at the point -in-time, it will not be experienced as over communicating.