Hi! I'm Casey.

Consultant & Solution Architect 

“As opposed to selling the technology the consulting role at CRMD allows me to roll up my sleeves and think more strategically about the role technology plays not only as a solution but as an ecosystem of complex systems & teams. It’s gratifying to be able to help align corporate goals and visions with the tech that makes it happen.”

A LITTLE BACKGROUND STORY

"Born and raised in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. I went to the Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, CT. Finally, Union College where I majored in Political Science and played Varsity Football for 4 years. Since then, I've had a career in high tech. First at Salsify as its 54 employees. I spent the last three years at Salesforce as a Senior AE on the Small Business team, then the growth Business team."

HOBBIES & INTERESTS

  “I’m generally athletic and love getting my 10 month old Weimaraner, Boomer, out when ever I can. That usually means a hike at Blue Hills.”

HOW DID YOU FIND OUT ABOUT SALESFORCE / CRMD?

“My first job at Salsify was my intro to the platform, though we used the classic version. It was enough of a taste to get me interested in making it a larger part of my career so I made the leap to join the Boston team. I was introduced to CRMD through partnerships at several mutual companies.”

WHERE DID YOU WORK BEFORE?

“Salesforce.”

WHAT IS THE MOST EXCITING THING YOU’VE DISCOVER SINCE BEGINNING YOUR CAREER IN SALESFORCE?

“Obviously, technology is always progressing but I never quite realized the multiple ways a single technology can me molded and manipulated to meet an objective. CRMD and the team will always find a solution – maybe its out of the box, maybe its custom but you can be sure that it will work! The path to finding that solution has become the best part of this job.”

WHAT ADVICE DO YOU HAVE FOR YOUR YOUNGER SELF?

“Take more risks.”

WHAT SKILLS WOULD YOU LIKE TO LEARN IN THE NEAR FUTURE?

“I’m excited to dig into Tableau after SFDCs recent acquisition. Data is going to have a huge impact on the way businesses.”