DocuTAP’s founder, prankster, and visionary. He also makes a killer cup of coffee in the Keurig.
To keep a ship on course, every single person on board must be committed to reaching the destination, says CFO Rob Rueckl.
Matt Blosl hopes to build on the momentum the company has gathered in the last decade to gain altitude in the technology sector, and fly higher than ever before.
For David Sommers, connection is everything. His top priority as CTO is to see everyone at the company connected through top-tier technology.
Goals matter. Monte Sandler is committed to goals. Not just setting them, but reaching them.
Kerri Tietgen is on a mission to develop leaders and give them tools and support to move themselves, and the company, forward.
Ron Curtis loves to build things that make a difference, add value for customers, and perform with precision—products that hum.
Leading the client success team begins with delivering an exceptional experience every time, says Adam Steinberg.
According to Ben Tischler, applying basic business principles to the practice of healthcare is the key to success—that and a smile.
Finding the right prescription to solve everyday challenges is what Mike Noble does best. And it’s guided his entire career.
Potential is only the beginning. And maximizing potential—individually and collectively—is what drives Jared Lisenby.
Christina Boyd has a “dream big” poster hanging up in her office. That sums her up pretty well.
Dusty Schroeder is an expert at creating, innovating, and finding the number 107 in his daily life.
Pushing limits is standard operating procedure for Jenna Hanington. She believes that boundaries are for exceeding, and finish lines are just a new place to start.
Patrice Pash is an industry leader when it comes to starting an urgent care clinic. She has more than 150 startups to her name.
Want to learn s’more about Ms. Mallow? You’re in the right spot.
Amy Clausen first became interested in working at DocuTAP because she heard that it is constantly changing. And so far, she hasn’t been disappointed.
Our local “stat nerd” is Brooks Pidde. Brooks sets the vision for data-driven products that assist clients in making educated decisions.