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As Dizzion turns six, we’ve been looking back on past successes, how the company has changed and what lies ahead. We’ve already heard two of our founders, Steve Prather (CEO) and Robert Green (CTO), reflect on Dizzion’s path, now it’s time to hear from our final founder, Manny Ladis, VP of Business Development.
Manny spends his time talking with customers and prospects to find new ways we can help solve their workforce and desktop management challenges — and he’s learned a lot over the past six years. Here’s Manny’s reflections on his time with Dizzion since its founding in 2011.
The vision really hasn’t changed. We set out to solve the issue with the laptop leaving the office every day with critical data on it. What did change is the size of the customer we are supporting. We originally targeted the small/midsize business and quickly realized there is a void at the mid-market/low end enterprise space. We have customers and prospects around the world and it amazes me how interconnected this world is.
Everyone wants Dizzion but certain companies need Dizzion and that is where we strike. The biggest growth area for us is supporting companies that have a remote workforce. This is a growing space for more companies but they need employees to still have access to critical data and compliance is often also a requirement. Every new customer helps us learn why they need us which in turn helps us be educated to find the next organization we can help.
That we have found a group of people at Dizzion that believe. We all are focused on changing the way businesses operate and are a huge part of our customers’ success. We challenge the norm every day and are always finding new ways to innovate. That runs through our organization.
Nothing has surprised me. This went 100% as planned. Kidding. Wow…everything. I didn’t realize how many companies and industries we are fitting into. I have learned new acronyms I didn’t even know existed. I am motivated every day to learn new markets and find amazing companies that we can work with to solve problems together.
Dizzion is quickly becoming a known entity in certain markets and it’s great to have our customers evangelize for us – it makes our job much easier. We will begin to expand our footprint within our base, launch new amazing products and bring on new team members who share our common vision. Look out!
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