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Continued: Small business: PowerObjects is fueled by its focus and values

  • Article by: TODD NELSON , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Last update: July 10, 2014 - 3:38 PM

The expert says: Mike Harvath, president and CEO of Revenue Rocket Consulting Group, a Bloomington firm that consults with tech companies on growth strategies, said PowerObjects is one of three companies nationally that will be named RCP Rocket Award winners this year. The award, which recognizes sustainable business growth, is a joint project of Revenue Rocket Consulting Group and Redmond Channel Partner, an industry magazine.

“It’s one thing to have vision and focus and another to have excellence in execution,” Harvath said. “Part of why we chose them for the RCP Rocket awards was because of the excellence in execution and the daring, bold move they took to actually change and then get that change implemented.’’

 

Todd Nelson is a freelance writer in Woodbury. His e-mail address is todd_nelson@mac.com

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  • PowerObjects CEO Dean Jones, left, and COO Jim Sheehan showed off an open working area in the business technology consultants’ North Loop headquarters.

  • PowerObjects

    Business: Business technology consulting company offers service, support, education and add-ons for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, a customer relationship management solution for organizing and automating sales, marketing, customer service and other business processes.

    Founded: 1993

    Headquarters: Minneapolis

    Website: www.powerobjects.com

    Employees: 210

    Executives: Dean Jones, CEO, founder; Jim Sheehan, chief operating officer, principal; Alex Fagundes, chief information officer, chief technology officer; Steve Thompson, vice president of sales; Gretchen Opferkew, director of education; Biplab Mandal, director of solution delivery; Jo Ann Buckholz, chief financial officer; Jeff Wedren, director of marketing

    2013 revenue: More than $15 million; more than $25 million projected for 2014

    Strategy: Maintain “fanatical focus” on Microsoft Dynamics CRM, reinforce core values, support internal program to train new and experienced consultants to continue hiring to keep pace with growth.

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