Eric Doubell is CEO of Razorleaf. His duties include managing client and vendor relationships, strategic planning, contracts and negotiation, and administration and management. With more than 25 years of experience, Eric has worked as a software developer and engineer, an independent consultant, DBA, MIS manager, business systems manager and as a consulting manager in the medical, security, manufacturing, financial, legal, and consulting industries. Eric holds degrees in Economics and Computer Science from Denison University and Finance and Computer Management Masters in Business Administration from Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Business.
Juliann GrantVice President, Marketing
Juliann Grant is the Vice President of Marketing for Razorleaf. She is responsible for all aspects of marketing including branding, digital and off line marketing, product marketing and more. She has more than 24 years experience developing marketing strategies for high technology and industrial companies that build consumer demand, revenue streams, and customer communities. She has a talent for positively impacting product direction, accurately assessing market challenges, and aligning products and services to meet buyer needs. She is a recognized speaker and author on B2B marketing strategies and tactics including integrated marketing, online marketing and social media.
Dan GundryVice President, Sales
Dan Gundry brings more than 20 years’ experience building and growing consulting service organizations in manufacturing and supply chain markets, with a specialty in Product Lifecycle Management. Dan is responsible for the North American and European sales for Razorleaf’s PLM Products and Services portfolio. Previous to Razorleaf, Dan held multiple leadership positions where he consistently exceeded quotas and developed new service offerings. In one company, Dan led the fastest growing and most profitable business unit four years in a row. His PLM experience was shaped early in his career when he successfully resurrected a global manufacturer of complex products around a failed enterprise PLM initiative. Dan holds a BS in Industrial Design from Northern Illinois University and holds multiple profes