Jeff has over 25 years of large and small company experience in the technology industry, focusing on enterprise software and IT services across a broad variety of vertical industries and geographies.
In 2004, Jeff became CEO of Dinerware, a small restaurant software startup based in Seattle. Under his leadership Dinerware grew rapidly, receiving numerous industry awards along the way. After being listed on the Inc 500 list of fastest growing private companies for four years in a row, he led the successful sale of the company to Heartland Payment Systems which was later acquired by Global Payments.
The first half of Jeff’s career was spent in product management and business development for new products and capabilities within large technology companies including Digital Equipment, RR...More
As anyone who has been involved with an exit can tell you, presenting to potential acquirers demands a clear, concise, and most importantly, uniform presentation. You may feel like the power-move would be to bring your entire team into meetings, but that would do more harm than good. With so many... Click here to read more
Today’s M&A market is full of companies in various sectors. With a constant flow of technological innovation, players in the tech industry will continue to be in high demand by strategic buyers and private equity firms alike. As disruptive trends continue to change the M&A landscape, one... Click here to read more
One of the things that really gave me a lot of confidence, as Corum took us through the process, was that ultimately, a deal is about the people. It’s about chemistry, the fit, the synergy between the people involved.