Chris Selland is VP of Marketing at HP Vertica. He brings 20+ years of success driving demand and revenue via innovative online, search & inbound marketing programs as well as leading key strategic alliance & corporate development initiatives for entrepreneurial, high-growth companies including SoundBite Communications (NASDAQ:SDBT), Constant Contact (NASDAQ:CTCT) and Lumigent Technologies (acquired by BeyondTrust). Chris is an established thought leader, speaker and author on customer strategy-related topics including CRM, Customer Metrics & Loyalty, Customer Support and Social Media Marketing, and was an Expert Advisor at Focus.com as well as a founding member of the Enterprise Irregulars. Earlier in his career he was VP of CRM and Internet Research at the Yankee Group, and later founded Reservoir Partners, a customer strategy research firm that merged with Aberdeen Group, where he became VP of Sell-Side Research. Chris serves on a number of corporate and non-profit boards, and has a BS in Operations Research & Industrial Engineering from Cornell University and an MBA in International Business & Economics from NYU Stern School of Business.

2 responses to “Transparency Will Save Us”

  1. Bob Warfield

    Transparency is a beautiful thing, and no doubt why the framers of the constitution were so intent on free speech.

    Yet it was shocking to see how many folded up Wikileaks tent for them and how quickly and with how little real substance to support their decision. That’s been the first thing I’ve seen yet that gave me pause about the centralization that the Cloud brings.

    So, your transparency is a good thing. Pray it isn’t offset by the trend to centralize in Clouds that may not be so generous to transparency.

    Happy New Year,

    Bob Warfield

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