Geeks

Geek of The Week: David Wadhwani, CEO of AppDynamics

AppDynamics is a San Francisco based organization that specializes in IT operation analytics and application performances management. Acquired by Cisco in the year 2017, the company helps their clients to monitor their business transactions and ...

Geek of The Week: Chad Richison, CEO of Paycom

Paycom is a cloud based software solution provider that focuses on helping both large and small businesses to effectively manage their human resources and payroll services. Listed as the 23rd position in the list of the 29 best tech companies to ...

Geek of the Week: George Kurian, CEO of NetApp

A California based company, NetApp is focused on providing data services in the hybrid cloud data form to organizations. It was founded about 27 years ago by three individuals; David, James and Michael, who came together to solve a major data ...

Geek of the Week: Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google

Known as the leading search engine company, Google is an American based technology company with a lot of internet based products for its unending customer base. Services provided by this organization includes a number such as search engine, cloud ...

Geek of the Week: Brian Halligan, CEO of HubSpot

Hubspot is a Massachusetts based organization. It is known for its services which includes a software platform that provides products for other business in the areas of inbound marketing and sales. This avenue helps businesses to grow without ...

Geek of the Week: Alex Shootman, CEO of Workfront

Founded in 2001 by Scott Johnson, Workfront is an Utah based organization that specializes in software development. It helps other businesses develop their web based work and projects managements software. The company was initially known as AtTask ...

Geek of the Week: Brad Brooks, CEO of OneLogin

“OneLogin has established itself as a pioneer by delivering on the promise to businesses and their employees everywhere to simplify and secure their transition to the cloud on any device. I couldn’t be more excited to be leading such a dedicated ...

Geek of the Week: Steven Berglund, CEO of Trimble

It is California based company that focuses on using technology to track machines, equipment and people. Trimble is the first commercial GPS company. It has extended beyond just GPS to other functions such as using all types of positional ...

Geek of the Week: Nathan Kondamuri, CEO of Pair Eyewear

Pair Eyewear is a startup company set to make the future of children wearing glasses a better one. The company was cofounded by Nathan Kondamuri who is also the CEO of the company. As an eight years old child, Nathan was prescribed his first ...

Geek of the Week: Michael Dubin, CEO of Dollar Shave Club

The Dollar Shave company is an American company that delivers shaving razor and other grooming materials on monthly subscription. The company was founded in 2011 by Mark Dubin who doubles as the CEO of the company. According to a statement ...

Geek of the Week: Simon Enever, CEO of Quip

Most people struggle with the ‘boring task’ of having to clean their teeth every day and they would gladly consider a more interesting way of keeping up with the task, if granted the opportunity. Simon Enever, the founder and CEO of quip, seeks ...

Geek of the Week: John Krafcik, CEO of Waymo

Waymo is a company that specializes in releasing technologies for self-driving cars. Initially known as part of a google project in 2015, Waymo excluded itself to become a stand-alone self-driving car company with its parent’s company as Alphabet ...

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