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M.R. Asks 3 Questions: Tien Tzuo, CEO, Zuora

As the subscription economy evolves, Tien Tzuo shares his insights on up-and-coming subscription-based models and predictions for the future of perpetual licenses.

M.R. Asks 3 Questions: Christine Heckart, CEO of Scalyr

To say that Christine joined Scalyr when the waters became a bit choppy, would be an understatement. However, her candidness and willingness to share process and details are what makes her a very compelling 2020 success story.

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M.R. Asks 3 Questions: Glo Gordon, CEO of MATRIXX Software

Having battled their way into a market dominated by legacy giants and built an impressive list of customers, by 2020 MATRIXX was ready for a CEO to help drive hyper-growth and lead with a fresh perspective. Glo Gordon was their go-to.

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M.R. Asks 3 Questions: Rich Waldron, CEO and Co-Founder, Tray.io

Recently listed as one of CB Insights' 50 Future Unicorns, Tray.io is rooted on CEO and co-founder, Rich Waldron's belief in democratizing the use of software and data for anyone – not just for engineers.

Why Innovation Leaders Should Ditch PowerPoint and Excel

Studies show that employees at large companies spend up to 20 hours per month building slides. Nearly 40% of that time is spent on just formatting issues. Today’s business environment has no room for this kind of friction and inefficiency – especially in innovation programs.

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M.R. Asks 3 Questions: Divanny Lamas, CEO, Transposit

Starting her career at Google and as an early product manager at Splunk, Divanny witnessed firsthand the rise of big data and automation. Now, as CEO of Transposit, Divanny shares how "human-in-the-loop approach" to automation is providing a platform for engineers to solve their most complex problems.

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