RevTech Visionaries are executives with innovative approaches to technology. They are forging a new path and anticipating the future of the industry.
1 . Mario M. Martinez Jr – CEO | Vengreso
Mario is a digital sales evangelist with over 84 executive quarters in B2B sales and leadership. Now he uses the digital sales ecosystem to teach how to attract modern buyers with an engaging personal brand. Additionally, he is the host of the Modern Selling Podcast.
2. Chris Beall – CEO | ConnectAndSell
For the past 35 years, Chris has participated in software startups both as a founder and at the very early stages of development. Continuing his focus has been on consistently creating simple products that can be used successfully the first time they are touched, without taking a course or needing to read a manual.
He fully believes that the most powerful part of any software system is the human being that we inappropriately call a “user,” and that the value key in software is to let the computer do what it does well in order to free up human potential.
3. Mikkel Swane – Founder & CEO | Zendesk
Mr. Svane is the CEO, chairman and founder of Zendesk, a global company that builds software for the best customer experiences. Going forward he has driven the vision, culture, and growth of the company since it was founded in 2007.
4. Steve Richard – Co-Founder | ExecVision
Steve is the Co-Founder of ExecVision. Outside of entrepreneurship and business, he volunteers for Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind and is an avid scuba diver, skier, runner, football watcher, dad to 4 little kids, and husband.
5. Henry Schuck – CEO & Founder | ZoomInfo
Henry Schuck is the CEO of ZoomInfo (formerly DiscoverOrg). The Company has over $350M in recurring revenue, 1,000 employees, and is growing profitably.
Schuck founded ZoomInfo in 2007 in his law school apartment. Since then, the company has undergone 5 mergers and acquisitions and is backed by The Carlyle Group and TA Associates. Before his career Schuck earned his J.D. in law from Ohio State University and his business degree from the University of Nevada, and he studied comparative law at Oxford.